One Another and Each Other

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> downloadfeed ♫ amazonitunesbppaypal“One another” is two words in English, but it’s only one word in Greek: ἀλλήλων (ah-LAY-loan). It’s used in 100 times in 94 New Testament verses. 47 of those verses give instructions to the church, and 60% of those instructions come from Paul. When you look at these verses, a few more common themes show up.Unity. One third of the one-another commands deal with the unity of the church.

  1. Be at peace with one another (Mk 9:50)
  2. Don’t grumble among one another (Jn 6:43)
  3. Be of the same mind with one another (Ro 12:16, 15:5)
  4. Accept one another (Ro 15:7)
  5. Wait for one another before eating (1 Co 11:33)
  6. Don’t bite, devour, and consume one another (Ga 5:15)
  7. Don’t boastfully challenge or envy one another (Ga 5:26

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2 Responses to One Another and Each Other

  1. LibertyMom1515 says:

    Hello Cristian! i love your emphasis on one another scriptures. in America the word Eucharist is used by the Catholics and it means that the bread actually becomes Christ’s body and the wine/juice his blood. I grew up in a non denominational church and we always call it the Lords Supper. love to you and your family! disappointing that the pope went to Ecuador and is promoting climate change, etc. He is part of the N W O. He is ok w homosexuality and abortion. More later…. Jayme

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