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What are the “one another” commands in the Bible?

There are 20 “one another” commands that every believer should be aware of…

  1. Love one another – 1 Pet 1:22 “…fervently love one another…”
  2. Live in harmony with one another – 1  Thess 5:13 “…love in peace with one another.”
  3. Welcome one another – Rom 15:7 “accept one another”
  4. Admonish one another – Rom 15:14 “being able to admonish one another.”
  5. Care for one another – 1 Cor 12:25 “…have the same care for one another.”
  6. Serve one another – Gal 5:13 “…through love serve one another.”
  7. Bear one another’s burdens – Gal 6:2 “bear one another’s burdens…”
  8. Be patient with one another – Eph 4:2 “…bearing with one another in love.”
  9. Be kind to one another – Eph 4:32 “be kind to one another…”
  10. Forgive one another – Eph 4:32 “…graciously forgiving each other…”
  11. Sing praises with one another – Eph 5:19 “speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs…”
  12. Regard one another as more important than oneself – Phil 2:3 “…with humility of mind regarding one another as more important than yourselves.”
  13. Speak truth to one another – Col 3:9 “do not lie to one another…”
  14. Encourage one another – 1 Thess 4:18 “…comfort one another with these words.”
  15. Seek good for one another – 1 Thess 5:15 “…always seek after that which is good for one another…”
  16. Stir up one another to love and good deeds – Heb 10:24 “…stimulate one another to love and good deeds.”
  17. Confess your sins to one another – James 5:16 “…confess you sins to one another…”
  18. Pray for one another – James 5:16 “…and pray for one another so that you may be healed.”
  19. Be hospitable to one another – 1 Peter 4:9 “Be hospitable to one another without grumbling.”
  20. Be humble toward one another – 1 Peter 5:5 “…clothe yourselves with humility toward one another…”

…and obey.

Matthew 7:16-17 “You will know them by their fruits…every good tree bears good fruit..”

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"It wasn't a potential atonement actuated by the sinner, it was an actual atonement initiated by the savior."

John MacArthur

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