Here’s a quick test: How would you feel if God wanted you to pray for Donald Trump’s success? What about Hillary Clinton’s? Shawn Bolz says too many believers let their personal feelings about someone dictate their love for that person. It doesn’t matter if you are right and they represent something wrong. In fact, Bolz says, “We’re actually supposed to surrender our natural response—even if it’s right, it can violate love. Meaning the person’s more important than our right and wrong.” Watch the video to hear why.