Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
This points to the Way without detailing what is "good." The way I used Romans 13 implied I'd blindly respect (obey, in fact!) those I've been trying to follow for awhile now, which for others reading has already proven to cause pain and disappointment. Instead, this verse (and the preceding verses in Romans 12) makes room for God to act on the behalf of the saints. It allows the agents in the situation to both give God's free grace to one another and also continue to declare the truth about doctrine and relationships that still has not been rectified.
Have regard for good things in the sight of all men.
We should regard as good what is widely regarded as good in the sight of others, as much as it is possible, so that we may live at peace with all men .
Hopefully this is a more appropriate devotion in the sight of my brothers (and sisters).
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 Grace New Testament Commentary, Vol. 2, pg. 690.