Hard To Pronounce Books

A series of stand-alone stories exploring different facets of our faith. Some things are the most difficult to live.

Some words are the hardest to say.

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Love

   & Other Hard To Pronounce Words   

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“And He said to him, “’You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the great and foremost commandment. The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ Upon these two commandments hang the whole Law and the Prophets.”

~Matthew 22:37-40

 

Melvina Marshall was wrestling the first commandment into submission when God revealed she put food before Jesus. Eating was synonymous with breathing, and terms like exercise and portion control were dogging her jogging steps. Putting her in a continuously foul mood, she reminded herself she was doing it because she loved Jesus more than food. Right? If only she could apply the same determination to the second commandment, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ 

 

Enter Drew Grant, next-door neighbor-slash-enemy. He was never supposed to be on the list of people Jesus wanted her to love. For the last two years, Mel and Drew had been happily living at each other’s throats over something they don’t even remember. Actually, Mel remembers, but Drew denies whatever Mel says. When Mel is tasked with watching Drew’s dog, Sam, she’s forced to deal with the one neighbor who refuses to forgive her for that one incident they refuse to talk about.

 

You can’t pick and choose which neighbor to love. Even if they don’t deserve it.