Love your Neighbour as Yourself.
LUKE 10:25-36 "AND SEE, A CERTAIN ONE "LEARNED" IN THE TURAH STOOD UP, "TRYING HIM."
WHAT DOES TRYING HIM MEAN ? trying - adjective - 1. extremely annoying, difficult, or the like; straining one's patience and goodwill to the limit: a trying day; a trying experience.
This annoying leader or teacher of the Jews (which the BYNV calls Prushim) approached Yahusha with unmitigated gall, despising truth, and was TRYING TO CATCH HIM OUT IN HIS WORDS. He asked Yahusha, "What was written in the Turah and how do you read it?" And he said, "You shall LOVE Yahuah your Alahim with all your heart and with all your being and with all your strength and with all your mind, AND YOUR NEIGHBOUR AS YOURSELF."
The leader said to Yahusha "you have answered rightly, do this and you shall live". But again He came back at Yahusha TRYING TO CATCH HIM OUT saying to Yahusha in arrogance "WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR"?
Yahusha told him the story of the GOOD SAMARITAN. Read on for this teaching (hope you have a BYNV) When Yahusha had finished the story He said to the leader (Prushim of the Jews), "GO AND DO LIKEWISE." From this story it is easy to see who our neighbour is and how we should behave towards him. Loving your neighbour is a behaviour of love and is a command for us to behave in this way.
This is where Behaviour Revolution got the saying from out of the 3 Rules which says, "LET EVERYONE HAVE IT" I.E. love your neighbour as yourself. Yahusha shows us in these Scriptures how to deal with the obnoxious.
Also being observant we can see that THE OPPOSITE BEHAVIOUR HERE TO LOVING OUR NEIGHBOUR, IS TRYING TO CATCH PEOPLE OUT IN THEIR WORDS. This type of behaviour is not of Turah or Yahuah.
BROTHERS, YAHUSHA IS ASKING US WHICH COMMANDED BEHAVIOUR DO WE THINK YAHUSHA WANTS HIS BRIDE TO MANIFEST ?
By Chris Hilton . . .