Above all things but the among yourselves love fervent having; because the love will cover a multitude of sins;
in the brotherly kindness, towards each other tender affection; in the honor each other going before;
A commandment new I give to you, that you may love each other; as I loved you, that also you might love each other.
By this will know all that to me disciples you are, if love you have in each other.
Greater of this love no one has, that any one the life of himself may lay down in behalf of the friends of himself.
The but end, all of like mind, sympathizing ones, lovers of brethren, compassionate ones, humbleminded ones,
Concerning but the brotherly love, no need you have to write to you; yourselves for you God taught are into the to love each other;
besides all and these the love, which is a bond of the completeness;
37 The and Jesus said to him: Thou shalt love Lord the God of thee, in whole the heart of thee, and in whole the soul of thee, and in whole the mind of thee.
38 This first and great commandment.
39 Second and like to it; Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee, as thyself.
If indeed a law you keep royal, according to the writing: Thou shalt love the neighbor of thee as thyself, well you do.
Because this is the message, which you heard from beginning, that we should love each other;
We know, that we have passed over from the death into the life, because we love the brethren; the not loving the brother, abides in the death.
10 In this is the love, not that we loved the God, but that he loved us, and sent forth the son of himself a propitiation respecting the sins of us.
11 Beloved ones, if thus the God loved us, also we ought each other to love. God no one at any time has seen.
12 If we love each other, the God in us abides, and the love of him having been perfected it is in us.
If any one may say: That I love the God, and the brother of himself he may hate, a liar he is; the for not one loving the brother of himself, whom he has seen, the God, whom not he has seen, how is he able to love?
And this the commandment we have from him, that the one loving the God should love also the brother of himself.
This is the commandment the mine, that you love each other, as I loved you.
To no one nothing owe you, if not that each other you should love; the for loving the other, a law has fulfilled.
16 By this we have known the love, because he on behalf of us the life of himself laid down; and we ought on behalf of the brethren the lives to lay down.
17 Who but may have the substance of the world, and may see the brother of himself need having, and may close the bowels of himself from him, how the love of the God abides in him?
18 Dear children of me, not we should love in word nor in the tongue, but in work and in truth.
1 The brotherly love let continue.
2 Of the kindto strangers not be you neglectful; through this for without knowing some having entertained messengers.
3 Be you mindful of the prisoners, as if having been bound together; of those being illtreated, as also yourselves being in body.
Beloved ones, we should love each other; because the love of the God is, and every one the loving, by the God has been begotten, and knows the God;