Loving Your Enemies.
A Sermon by Martin Luther King Jr.
Delivered at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church.
November 17th, 1957.
A transformative message of love.
The most important message for humanity.
How does he suggest learning to love your enemies?
Dr. King suggests that the first step is to look deeply at ourselves.
To look deeply at ourselves.
To acknowledge that in each person we dislike there is still some good qualities that we can admire and love them in spite of it.
And love them in spite of it.
Here's the famous quote from Loving Your Enemies:
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." ~Martin Luther King
Only love can do that.