The purpose of the true believer is always to act but never to coerce.  The chief factor in early civilization was the force exerted by wise social masters.  The domination of the Spirit is never tainted with coercion nor compromised by compulsion.  Never should a righteous cause be promoted by force; spiritual victories can be won only by spiritual power.  Gradually the pleasure-seeking weaklings are subjugated by the more strong and truth-loving elements of the advancing civilization. 
Jesus did not look with approval upon the refusal to employ force to protect the majority of any given human group against the unfair and enslaving practices of unjust minorities who may be able to entrench themselves behind political, financial, or ecclesiastical power.  Jesus expressed the opinion that organized society had every right to employ force in the execution of its just mandates. 
The tree which bears no fruit is “hewn down and cast into the fire. ” Moral worth cannot be derived from mere repression —obeying the injunction “Thou shalt not. ”.