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It is so very important in these days to understand the depth of the meaning of the word we are going to look at today.

HATRED: noun - intense dislike; hate. "racial hatred"Not understanding the depth of what hatred really is, can bring upon the ignorant a violence which can cause their own death.Someone walking around with covetousness & hatred in their being,is like a filthy rag pulled from a disease ridden pit.What ever they touch or wherever they sit, a residue of filth ridden disease is left for those to be infected. Words are like this, & if they are being flung around with hatred they can lodge in the hearts of the undisciplined & unfaithful to create such dastardliness which may even bring death to those participating.synonyms: loathing, hate, detestation, dislike, distaste, abhorrence, abomination, execration, resentment, aversion, hostility, ill will, ill feeling, bad feeling; enmity, animosity, antagonism, antipathy, bitterness, animus, revulsion, disgust, contempt, repugnance, odium, rancour; rare disrelish "full of hatred and bitterness"

We should also understand the meanings of these descriptive emotional words that come with "HATRED" for our own safety.

Just a reminder that we are planted with the weeds and sent out as sheep among wolves. A hater can be very close to you and smile at you with a sort of love. The astute believer will recognise this "SORT OF LOVE," for what it is. They hear the words and see the behaviour. A hater cannot hold in their hatred - it manifests itself in words that wriggle from the heart and out into the conversation. If you ask a hater what they meant by what they said, they will always make excuses or blame you. One thing for sure is you will never get the truth from them.

The hater does all this with a smile on it's face, while they are planning your demise. We are so blessed to be in Yahusha, for he protects us and will bring to naught their wickedness. Brothers just be aware of what people say around you and watch their behaviour.

By Chris Hilton . . .