It is very important to remember that Jesus said, “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself . . .” —Mark 12:31. Sometimes we think that we need to love only our Christian “brothers,” but this is not so. The word neighbor goes further than that. It refers to the strangers we meet who need our help. It even means our enemies! “Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink,” —Romans 12:20. This should challenge all of us to open our eyes, look around, and see whom we can help, and to whom we can be a good neighbor!
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I love Keepers of the Faith because it is for boys and girls so my kids can work on things together as well as what interests them. I love that it is all biblically based, encompasses all ages, and fits in easily with our homeschool schedule. We have met dear friends through meetings at our home, memories that will last a lifetime. I know when I order a KOF book it has already been made sure it is a wholesome read. I wish I had KOF when I was a girl, I know my life would have been different if I had.