There have been many verses that I have read and said, ”what a great verse!”, but nothing has ever impacted in my spiritual walk in God like Luke 6:31. The verse reads, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” I had first read this verse when I was 8 and had to memorize it for some contest, but I had a greater feeling for its intensity. There and then I felt that I had found the one verse in my life that would impact me and challenge me to be a Christian, not some every Sunday church goer, but a person that could live up to the name Christian, or being like Christ. Christ loved every one no matter who it is or where their backgrounds were from. He treated people like he wanted them to treat others. I pondered over the feeling of hate, love and instinct, because they always would be fighting inside my heart on which is right or which felt easier to do. I would not want to treat people like dirt, because I wouldn’t like to be treated like that, and more importantly, it throws crap on what Jesus had come to do a millennia ago. I couldn’t believe in what changes it brought to me when I applied this verse to my life. I started having more friends, feeling happier, but most of all, I got closer to my lord.