Loving One Another

Loving One Another
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Love One Another does not mean Loving the protection of Error despite the Lies, Dishonesty, Evasions, Deceptions or Tactics including ignoring [not my friend any more] silence of the One to the Another to the One bringing up the Biblical Truth issue – It means Loving One Another despite the Error, Deflecting and ‘Reverse  Projection’ and tactics enough to expose the Error upholding the Truth of Yah’s Word. Enough to expose the tactics protecting that Error. It means to honestly reason together, to hold the other accountable to the Truth; just like Isa.1:18, 8:20 states and Ezk.3:17-19, 33:7-9 warns. If these are not heeded it must be stated that 2Ths.2:10-12, the most sobering, the most scariest New Testament promise will most assuredly be yours.
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Jn.15:12 This is my (Yahshua’s v:1) commandment, That ye love one another, as I have loved you.
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Yahshua ‘loved’ the Pharisees, Scribes, Sadducees & People enough to tell them the Truth. Enough to tell them the truth of their own sin. Of which they (most) did not appreciate and wanted to & eventually did illegally (against Torah) use the Roman occupying force to crucify Yahshua (against Torah); killing Him on Passover for it.
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The truth is biblically we are ‘One Another’ ONLY ‘if’ we have accepted Yahshua, His message (Jn.7:16), strive to walk ‘AS’ He walked (1Jn.2:3-6) and submit to Yah’s Truth found in YHWH’s Word – Starting with, agreeing with, deferring to, aligning with; Torah (Heb.4:2). Submitting to Yah’s Truth found in YHWH’s Word means to agree with His Word just as Yahweh Himself does (Ps.138:2). It does Not mean to ignore or tailor His Word (or snippets thereof) or use tactics to protect or present what you like. For as soon as you do, sustain, defend & teach such, you have stepped out of the bounds of Biblical ‘One Another’. This is what biblically is known as being ‘wicked’ or twisted ie perverted (Ps.50:16-17 / Dan.11:32). Which simply can be/and fully is your own way.
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“love one another, as I have loved you” – ‘one another’ did this include the Pharisees, Scribes, Sadducees & people that did not believe or submit to Yah’s Word? Does this include those listed at 1Tm.1:10 & Rev.21:8? OR any ole pagan, heathen or satanist? NO! It does Not. However we are still to love even these with the truth; enough to tell the truth, whether they accept it or not. Whether they want to be ‘loved’ that way or not (Isa.58:1).
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See’ ‘Modern Stiffnecks’
https://torahwithoutrabbinics.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/modern-stiffnecks/
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Isa 58:1 Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and shew my people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins.
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House of Jacob – Being ‘wayward’ – Kingdom of Israel – Being Obedient
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Which goes along with my ‘Life Verse’;
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Jer 15:19 Therefore thus saith YHWH, If thou return, then will I bring thee again, and thou shalt stand before me: and if thou take forth the precious from the vile, thou shalt be as my mouth: (you will be as my ‘spokesman’ – the N.E.T.) let them return unto thee; but return not thou unto them. 20 And I will make thee unto this people a fenced brasen wall: and they shall fight against thee, but they shall not prevail against thee: for I am with thee to save thee and to deliver thee, saith YHWH. 21 And I will deliver thee out of the hand of the wicked, and I will redeem thee out of the hand of the terrible.
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You want a way of escape?  This along with Rev.3:10 avoiding Mt.7:23 is it!
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My only focus, boast, protection and strength is in & on YHWH’s Word.

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4 thoughts on “Loving One Another

  1. Love Never Fails Only it can be Rejected, the giver of it feels the loss, He is sustained by his Obedience and the promises. I want to hear the Voice everyday Fellowship, with the Father. Thank You Drdave

  2. Loving ‘one another’ is quite simple for most of us to understand and most of us get it but when Yahusha says love your enemies, right? A lot of us get confused and fall into the ‘grace’ or hyper-grace concept of love. However, if we look at the Biblical definition of love we can see how simply this confusion can be resolved. The scripture tells us “love is the fulfillment of the Law” so, if we are fulfilling the Law to our enemies as well as ‘one another’ we are loving them right? Example, if we do not steal from our enemies are we not loving them? If we do not lie to them or plot to kill them, are we not loving them? Just doing that, we are keeping the Law towards them but if we go a step further and really fulfill the Law to the brim instead of not stealing from them we would be generous to them. Instead of plotting to kill them, we would show compassion. Yes and instead of lying to them, we are honest with them but even more we are truthful to them and even to the point of correcting them but it is hard to be corrective to someone that wants to do you harm, right? So to me, it is enough to just have a passive love to your enemy and keep the commandments toward them and let Yah take care of the rest but to have an active love of keeping the commandments to your brother and sister in the faith, being compassionate, kind, patient, loving, generous and the like is most important but to be this way to your enemy also is wonderful but is hard to do, right? Thanks for the blog posting entry Dr. Perry, appreciate it 🙂

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