An expert on Mosaic Law asked Jesus about eternal life. Jesus said that loving God and loving your neighbor were it- all of the Mosaic law ultimately stood for these two propositions.
Of course, the expert wanted more definition. He wanted Jesus to define "neighbor." Presumably, it is because the expert assumed that Jesus couldn't possibly have meant that we are to love everyone; there had to be some limits. After all, there are plenty of people in this world who are undeserving, right?
Wrong. Jesus' answer was unequivocal. He responded with the story of the "good Samaritan." He recast the question. It wasn't about who is lovable. It is about whether or not we will love. We are to love everyone.
Challenge for the day: Find someone who is unlovable and love them. They may not appreciate it. They may remain unlovable. They may even hurt you in response. Keep loving them.
It is exactly what Jesus did. It is exactly what God does.