As children, we as humans have to learn how to love other people. It is not something that we are born understanding. The younger a child is, the more self focused they are, so the less empathy and care they can display. Even as adults, though, we are not always great at loving each other either. God calls us to love one another, but really doing so can feel so counter to what we are naturally inclined to do. If someone has hurt us, or we are too tired to give them the attention they need, or if we just have other stuff to do, or even if we just don’t want to because there is nothing in it for us, it can just feel easier not to. But we can do better. God calls us to do better. Lets join Curtis as he leads us through the second half of Romans 13.