The person you hurt is somebody’s loved one. If you cannot do things to help that person, do nothing to harm them (Galatians 6:10; Hebrews 13:16; Philippians 2:3-4). They are loved and the hurt imposed upon them will effect wives, husbands, a son or daughter, brother, sister, friend, etc. (Esther 3:13-15; 2 Samuel 13:10-29). Many don’t think about the consequences of their actions and some don’t even care. These evil doers cause much harm creating a life time of pain and grief.
So think before acting. Think about what you are doing before you get angry and hit someone. Or drive a car drunk, texting or sleepy. Think about what you are doing before you pull a gun on a person, stab them or steal from them. Just think, that is why you have a brain. If the person is someone’s spouse, think before you try to have an affair. And after thinking, don’t do it! It is wrong, and you will not be helping mankind, but you will be bringing down mankind (Proverbs 14:34).
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