And the second, which is like it, (is) that thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. Another commandment greater than these there is not.
And bear the burden of one another, and so fulfil the law of the Meshiha.
Be tender to your brethren, and love one another, being forward to honour one another.
for that also which it hath said, Thou shalt not kill; and, Thou shalt not commit adultery; and, Thou shalt not steal; and, Thou shalt not covet; and if there be any other commandment, in this word it is accomplished, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
and he will cause your love to increase to one another, and to every man, even as we love you;
Let the love of the brethren continue in you;
and kindness to strangers forget not; for in this some who were made worthy, while not perceiving it, have received angels.
A new commandment give I to you, that you should love one another; as I have loved you, so do you also love one another.
But let every one of us please his neighbour in good things as unto edification.
For this is the commandment which you have heard from before, that you love one another.
And before every thing have ardent love for one another; for love covereth a multitude of sins.
For the service which is pure and true before Aloha the Father, is this, to visit the orphans and widows in their afflictions, and that a man keep himself from the world without blemish.
For all the law in one word is fulfilled, in this: Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
There is who distinguisheth day from day, and there is who judgeth all days (to be alike); but let every man in the conviction of his (own) mind be confirmed.
Wherefore comfort one another, and edify one another, as also you do.
Now, therefore, while the time is ours, let us do good unto every man, and especially to the sons of the house of the faith.
All therefore that you will that men shall do unto you, so also do you unto them: for this is the law and the prophets.
Let no man seek his own (only), but every man also (the profit) of his neighbour.
But, finally be all unanimous, and suffer with those who suffer, and love one another, and be merciful and gentle;
Love unto his neighbour evil worketh not: therefore love is the fulfilling of the law.
Then judge not one another, but this determine rather, to lay not a stumbling-block for thy brother.
Wherefore thou hast no excuse, O man, who judgest thy neighbour; for in that for which thou judgest thy neighbour, thou condemnest thyself; for in those which thou judgest, thou also art conversant.
And bear with one another, and forgive one another, if any man have a complaint against his neighbour; even as the Meshiha hath forgiven you, so also forgive;
And do nothing in contention or vainglorying, but in meekness of mind let a man consider his neighbour as better than himself.