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What Does The Bible Say About Haters

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What Does The Bible Say About Haters

What Does The Bible Say About Haters

You know the saying “haters gonna hate”? Well, it’s true. There are not just haters in your life, but also those who love to hate. This can include anyone from friends and coworkers to family members and strangers. Haters are everywhere you look: they’re at work, on social media, even in church! In this article we’ll talk about what the Bible says about haters–and how you can deal with them if they come into your life.

Haters will hate, hate and hate some more.

You can try to be a good person, but it won’t matter. Haters will hate you no matter what you do. They don’t care about your feelings and will still hate you regardless of how much you change or pray for their hearts to be changed. In fact, haters will even hate more if they think that all your efforts have been futile because that means they can keep hating without having to feel guilty about it later on down the road (or so they think).

Haters often do what they do out of jealousy.

  • Jealousy is a sin.
  • Jealousy is a form of hatred.
  • Jealousy is a form of selfishness.
  • Jealousy is a form of pride.
  • Jealousy is a form of fear.
  • Jealously can often be the result of anger and an inability to deal with loss or failure, particularly in one’s own life or career aspirations (i.e., “If only I’d been more talented”).

Haters tend to be cowards.

Haters tend to be cowards. They’re afraid of what they don’t understand and they’re afraid of being exposed, judged, wrong or rejected.

The truth is, haters are usually hiding behind a computer or phone screen where they can say whatever they want without having to look the person in the eye and face any consequences for their words. Haters like to make themselves feel better by putting others down so that they can make their own lives seem better than yours.

Haters take great pleasure in saying nasty things about you.

Haters take great pleasure in saying nasty things about you. This can be because they are jealous of your success or because they are envious of your looks, intelligence, or any other trait that they wish they had in abundance. Perhaps the hater is just insecure and feels the need to put others down to build themselves up. Whatever the reason may be, haters are often wrong about their claims against you because they have no real knowledge of who you really are or what you have done; all they know is that something about your life must be causing them discomfort and so therefore it must be bad!

Haters also tend to distort reality by saying untrue things about us as if we kept alligators at home (not me personally) or ate babies for breakfast (again not me). In fact many times haters will quote Bible verses out of context to justify their actions against us which brings us back full circle: whether it’s God Himself speaking through His Word or someone else doing so on our behalf – know this: none of them truly has any authority over us unless we allow ourselves to listen

Haters are miserable people.

Haters are miserable people. They cannot be happy, content, or satisfied with their life. They’re miserable because they are not happy and content with their lives.

The Bible says that haters are unhappy people:

Haters will never change – don’t let them get you down.

You can’t change them.

You can only change the way you react to them. The best way to deal with haters is to ignore them, and let them win by not giving them any attention. They’ll never change their minds; therefore, there’s no point in trying to reason with someone who just wants someone else’s downfall for no good reason at all!

Haters like to talk behind your back.

Haters like to talk behind your back. They will say anything and everything about you, your family, your friends, your business, your church or place of worship and even the way you look. Haters will also talk about how much they hate you for whatever reason they have developed in their minds.

Haters may not be the smartest people you know.

Haters are not the smartest people you know. You may think they are, but they’re not. Haters choose to waste their time and energy hating instead of doing something constructive with their lives, like contributing to society and helping others.

Haters also display low self-esteem, which is a sign of low self-worth and even lower self-confidence. If someone has low self-esteem, they believe themselves to be inferior or inadequate compared to other people in some way (this includes the haters themselves). The only way for haters to feel better about themselves is by putting down those who seem more successful than them—and this leads us back full circle: “Hating on haters” does nothing but perpetuate this cycle of negativity in our culture today!

You can’t reason with haters.

There is a difference between someone who you simply disagree with and a hater. A hater will not be open to reason or logic, they don’t want to see the truth, they only want to spread hate.

A hater will refuse to listen to your side of the story and won’t care about your side of the story. They have their own opinions, which they hold tightly, that can’t be changed by anything anyone else has said or done.

The Bible says in Proverbs 13:10 “Pleasant words are like a honeycomb, sweetness to the soul and health to one’s bones.” The Bible also teaches us that we should love our neighbor as ourselves (Matthew 19:19), but haters just don’t care about loving others even though God does!

Haters will always be there to disappoint you–ignore them!

  • Ignore them. That’s right, the best way to deal with haters is to ignore them! Don’t let their words get you down or make you feel less than. Remember that they’re only trying to bring you down because they don’t like themselves and are jealous of your success.
  • Pray for them instead. Ask God to show His love through you by blessing these people and lifting them up in some way, even if it seems impossible (or impossible for now).

In a world full of haters, Jesus is your best friend!

In a world full of haters, Jesus is your best friend!

Jesus loves you and he will never leave you. He wants to be the Lord of your life. You don’t have to live in fear anymore; because if you call upon the name of the Lord, he will save you from all harm (Psalm 116:1). When we turn away from our sin, God forgives us and gives us new life through his son Jesus Christ (John 1:12). The Bible says that no matter what has happened in your past; if you call upon His name and turn away from your sins then God will forgive them (1 John 1:9) . The Bible also states that we are saved by grace not works (Ephesians 2:8-10).

The Bible tells us that “there is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear” -1 John 4:18

It also says “There was a man sent from God whose name was John” -Revelation 12:17

You have to remember that haters will always hate. They don’t like anything good and they are miserable people. I hope this post has helped you to understand what the Bible says about haters, so that you can avoid them in your own life and let God deal with them for you!