Satan the Devil is “the father of the lie,” who has deceived people since the beginning of human history. (John 8:44) In order to uphold the truth, we need to know the spirit of the truth, and it is important that we get the sense of Scriptures that we use in our lives and share with others in our ministry. We need to take into account their context and the intent of the author, what did he mean by the words that he used.
Christians should naturally enjoy spending time with other fellow Christians and others who care about our feeling and the welfare of us. They make every effort to walk in our shoes, that put themselves in our place, having the ability to recognize what we are thinking and feeling. They intuitively know what we need and offer help, even before we ask for anything.
If we have nothing but love and kindness within our hearts then we will be able to easily forgive others. If there is ever a time when a fellow Christian says something unkind to us, we must simply pause and take a moment when we hurt another with our words. Certainly, we appreciate how the other person’s love and kindness were able to help them overlook our human imperfection.