Party of One: Treat One Another

As I was doing my weekly women’s Bible study,  one of the exercises in the lesson was to look up the phrase “one another” in the New Testament Scriptures. In studying the commands, it was easy to apply them to my vision for the Party of One.

  • Accept one another. (Ro 15:7)
  • Agree with one another. (1Co 1:10)
  • Be devoted to one another. (Ro 12:10a)
  • Be kind and compassionate to one another. (Eph 4:32)
  • Bear with each other and forgive one another. (Col 3:13)
  • Clothe yourselves in humility toward one another. (1Pe 5:5)
  • Do not slander one another. (Jas 4:11)
  • Don’t grumble against one another. (Jas 5:9)
  • Encourage one another. (2Co 13:11)
  • Honor one another. (Ro 12:10b)
  • Instruct one another. (Ro 15:14)
  • Live in harmony with one another. (Ro 12:16)
  • Love one another. (Jn 13:34)
  • Offer hospitality to one another. (1Pe 4:9)
  • Serve one another. (Gal 5:13)
  • Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and songs from the Spirit. (Eph 5:19)
  • Spur one another on toward love and good deeds. (Heb 10:24)
  • Stop passing judgment on one another. (Ro 14:13)
  • Teach and admonish one another. (Col 3:16)

Now I’m even more excited about our first Party of One communal meal on November 4th!

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One Response to Party of One: Treat One Another

  1. Clarice:
    These are precious thoughts. We should ALL abide by these guide lines and admonitions. Just think how wonderful our world would be if we practiced these in each of our lives.

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