Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
“Love does not delight in evil” says 1 Corinthians 13:6. Love is not happy when others are guilty of crime, or when then, in any way, sin. We should not find enjoyment in hearing others accused of wrongdoing, and in having it proved that they did it. We do not take delight in the tale that they have done wrong; or in discovering that it has been proven. Bad people often find pleasure in this (see Romans 1:32), and rejoice when others have fallen into sin, and have disgraced and ruined themselves.
We sometimes rejoice when an enemy, a persecutor, or a slanderer has committed some crime, and when he has shown an improper spirit, uttered a rash expression, or taken some step which shall involve him in ignominy. But love does none of these things. So we should not do any of these things either. We should not desire that an enemy, a persecutor, or a slanderer should do evil, or should disgrace and ruin himself. We should not be happy, but sad - when a personal friend or foe has done anything wrong. We should neither love the wrong, nor the fact that it has been done..
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