entertain strangers-Hebrews 13:2

vigor

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This chapter of the epistles focuses on some of the essential practical ethics of Christian living. These ethics help portray the true gospel to the world, encourage others to believe in Christ, and bring glory to God. The first of these is love for fellow believers. Although the primary reference would be to Christians, the writer must have had emotions similar to those of the Apostle Paul when it came to considering his fellow Hebrews.
The second grace needing development was the extension of love to those who were strangers. Hospitality in the ancient world often included putting up a guest overnight or longer. This is hardest to do when experiencing a time of persecution. The Hebrews would not know whether a guest would prove to be a spy or a fellow believer being pursued. Actual angels appeared as well as they did to Abraham and Sarah, Lot, Gideon, and Manoah.
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Dedicated to those who show hospitality to others.

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