Discover How to Treat One Another
Consider How the Bible Teaches Us to Treat One Another
The Bible gives us many “one another” commands that instruct us how to treat one another.
Things to Do
Accept one another (Romans 15:7).
Instruct one another (Romans 15:14).
Submit to one another (Ephesians 5:21).
Forgive one another (Colossians 3:13).
Teach one another (Jeremiah 9:20).
Teach and admonish one another (Colossians 3:16).
Agree with one another (1 Corinthians 1:10).
Fellowship with one another (1 John 1:7).
Give to one another (Esther 9:22).
Be kind and compassionate to one another (Ephesians 4:32)
Serve one another in love (Galatians 5:13).
Bear with one another in love (Ephesians 4:2).
Be devoted to one another in brotherly love (Romans 12:10).
Honor one another above yourselves (Romans 12:10).
Greet one another with a kiss of love (1 Peter 5:14).
Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs (Ephesians 5:19).
Spur one another on toward love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24).
Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling (1 Peter 4:9).
Administer justice, show mercy and compassion to one another (Zechariah 7:9).
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Things Not to Do
Do not deceive one another (Leviticus 19:11).
Do not break faith with one another (Malachi 2:10).
Do not degrade your bodies with one another (Romans 1:24).
Do not lust for one another (Romans 1:27).
Stop judging one another (Romans 14:13).
Do not hate one another (Titus 3:3).
Do not slander one another (James 4:11).
When we follow these one-another commands from the Bible, we will begin to treat others the way God intended.
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Peter DeHaan writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and live a life that matters. He seeks a fresh approach to following Jesus through the lens of Scripture, without the baggage of made-up traditions and meaningless practices. Read more in his books, blog, and weekly email updates.