In Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a relentless God, Francis Chan writes “In October 2006, near Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a man stormed an Amish school and killed several girls. The day after the shootings, many Amish people visited the shooter’s family to say they had forgiven him. That sort of forgiveness is incomprehensible to the world; because if it, people have even accused the families of being bad parents, of not dealing properly with their anger, of living in denial.
It is just this sort of love that is crazy to the world; true love, a kind found nowhere but through Christ.”
--Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a relentless God, p. 130-131 Illustration by Jim L. Wilson
Luke 6:27-28 (NIV) "But I tell you who hear me: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, (28) bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.”