The second, is, thisThou shalt love, thy neighbour, as thyself. Greater than these, other commandment, is there none.
One anothers burdens, be ye bearing, and, so, fill up the law of the Christ.
In your brotherly love, unto one another, being tenderly affectioned, in honour, unto one another, giving preference;
For, thisThou shall not commit adultery, Thou shall not commit murder, Thou shall not steal, Thou shall not covet, and if there is any different commandment, in this word, is summed up, namely Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
Learn to do wellSeek justice, Correct the oppressor,Vindicate the fatherless, Plead the cause of the widow,
And, you, may the Lord cause to abound and excel in your love one toward another, and toward all,even as, we, do toward you:
Let brotherly love continue.
Of the entertaining of strangers, be not forgetful, for, hereby, unawares, have some entertained, messengers.
A new commandment, give I unto you,That ye be loving one another: Just as I loved you, that, ye also, be loving one another:
Let, each one of us, unto his neighbour give pleasurefor what is good unto upbuilding;
Because, this, is the message which ye have heard from the beginningthat we should be loving one another,
Before all things, keeping, fervent, your love, among yourselves, because, love, covereth a multitude of sins;
Religious observance, pure and undefiled with our God and Father, is, thisto be visiting orphans and widows in their affliction, unspotted, to keep, himself, from the world.
For, the whole law, in one word, is summed up in this,Thou shall love thy neighbour as thyself.
For , one, indeed esteemeth one day beyond another, whereas, another, esteemeth every day:let, each one, in his own mind be fully persuaded.
Wherefore be consoling one another, and building up, each the other,even as ye are also doing.
Hence, then, as we have opportunity, let us be working what is good, towards all,but, especially, towards the family of the faith.
Whatsoever things, therefore, ye would, that men be doing unto you, so, be, ye also, doing, unto them,for, this, is the law and the prophets.
Let, no one, be seeking, what concerneth himself, but that which concerneth some one else.
And, finally, all, being of one mind, having fellowfeeling, attached to the brethren, of tender affection, of lowly mind:
Love, unto ones neighbour, worketh not ill; Laws fullness, therefore, is, love.
No longer, then, upon one another, let us be sitting in judgment, but, this, judge ye rathernot to be putting a cause of stumbling before your brother or an occasion to fall.
Wherefore, inexcusable, thou art, O man, whoever judgest; for, wherein thou judgest some one else, thyself, thou dost condemn,for, the very things, thou dost practise, who art judging:
The despairing, from his friend, should have lovingkindness, or, the reverence of the Almighty, he may forsake.
Bearing one with another, and in favour forgiving one anotherif any, against any, have a complaint,according as, the Lord, in favour forgave you, so also ye;
Nothing by way of faction, nothing by way of vain-glory,but, in lowliness of mind, accounting, one another, superior to yourselves,