The “One Anothers” Of The New Testament – Part 1 of 2

In a previous post, the “one anothers” of the New Testament were mentioned by Bill Mounce, so I thought it would be a good idea to post them up!  Part 2 will be my commentary.  As usual, feel free to post your thoughts!

One Another

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. . . be at peace with one another (Mark 9:50)

. . . wash one another’s feet (John 13:14)

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. . . love one another (John 13:34)

. . . love one another (John 13:35)

. . . love one another (John 15:12)

. . . love one another (John 15:17)

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. . . you are members of one another (Rom. 12:5)

. . . be devoted to one another in love (Rom. 12:10)

. . . honor one another above yourselves (Rom 12:10)

. . . live in harmony with one another (Rom. 12:16)

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. . . love one another (Rom. 13:8)

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. . . stop passing judgment on one another (Rom. 14:13)

. . . edify one another (Rom. 14:19)

. . . be like minded one toward another (Rom. 15:5)

. . . admonish one another (Rom. 15:14)

. . . greet one another with a holy kiss (Rom. 16:16)

. . . wait for one another (1Cor. 11:33)

. . . have the same care for one another (1Cor. 12:25)

. . . greet one another with a holy kiss (1Cor. 16:20)

. . . greet one another with a holy kiss (2Cor. 13:12)

. . . serve one another in love (Gal. 5:13)

. . . bear with one another in love (Eph. 4:2)

. . . speak truth for we are members of one another (Eph. 4:25)

. . . be kind and compassionate to one another (Eph. 4:32)

. . . submit to one another (Eph. 5:21)

. . . do not lie to one another (Col. 3:9)

. . . bear with one another (Col. 3:13)

. . . forgive one another (Col. 3:13)

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. . . abound in love toward one another (1Th. 3:12)

. . . love one another (1Th. 4:9)

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. . . comfort one another (1Th. 4:18)

. . . incite one another to love and good deeds (Heb. 10:24)

. . . encourage one another (Heb. 10:25)

. . . do not speak evil of one another (Jas. 4:11)

. . . do not make complaints against one another (Jas. 5:9)

. . . confess your sins to one another (Jas. 5:16)

. . . pray for one another (Jas. 5:16)

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. . . love one another deeply, from the heart (1Pet. 1:22)

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. . . offer hospitality to one another (1Pet. 4:9)

. . . clothe yourselves with humility toward one another (1Pet. 5:5)

. . . greet one another with a kiss of love (1Pet. 5:14)

. . . have fellowship with one another (1Jn. 1:7)

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. . . love one another (1Jn. 3:11)

. . . love one another (1Jn. 3:23)

. . . love one another (1Jn. 4:7)

. . . love one another (1Jn. 4:11)

. . . love one another (1Jn. 4:12)

. . . love one another (2Jn. 5)

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One thought on “The “One Anothers” Of The New Testament – Part 1 of 2

  1. […] and to one another through community.  The core of ethics is unity, primarily with each other (the “One Anothers” of the New Testament) and obliquely with the world at large as well as with Him and in His reign over […]

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