But, finally be all unanimous, and suffer with those who suffer, and love one another, and be merciful and gentle;
Rejoice with them who rejoice, and weep with them who weep.
And he who hath the possession of the world, and shall see his brother that he needeth, and shall shut his compassions from him, how is there in him the love of Aloha?
For we have not an high priest who cannot suffer along with our infirmity, but (one) who, tempted in every thing as we, (was) separate from sin.
Wear, therefore, as the chosen of Aloha, saints and beloved, compassions and tenderness, and benignity, and lowliness of mind, and composure, and patience.
Blessed be Aloha, the Father of our Lord Jeshu Meshiha, the Father of mercies, and the God of all consolation, who consoleth us in all our afflictions,
that we may be able to console those who are in all afflictions by that consolation by which we are consoled of Aloha.
and be gentle one with another, and affectionate, and forgive one another, even as Aloha in the Meshiha hath forgiven us.