“ I am convinced that we have far too shallow views of that command to pray for our enemies. It means vastly more than to say, ‘God bless our foes.’ It means that we are to take them on our heart in good earnest, and intercede for them, particularly, lovingly, perseveringly—pray for them till out of a loving heart we can unite their highest welfare with our own.. . .

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