The Ten Commandments of Christian Fellowship

  1. Thou shalt not neglect, nor show disrespect for yourself, or for others. Thou shalt take the responsibility to include others in your considerations.
  2. Thou shalt not disgrace the high imaginations of others, but shall entertain such notions with an open mind and a humble heart, thus pursuing the common joy of the Spirit.
  3. Thou shalt not provoke nor make sore afraid, nor take thy brothers joy into thine own hand, whether it be in the flesh, the tongue, or in the heart, but shall commit thy power towards ensuring the peace, security and safe welfare of all members of the body of Christ.
  4. Thou shalt not neglect the pursuit of joy, Sabbath rest and worship in the company of the faithful.
  5. Thou shalt regard all authorities and dignitaries with humility and gratitude, recognizing that they are the vehicles of God’s grace towards men.
  6. Thou shalt not be passive-aggressive in word nor in deed, nor shalt thou profane the honor of others. If hatred, envy or bitterness should ever creep into your heart, thou must immediately leave the presence of others and be first reconciled to your good conscience before returning.
  7. Thou shalt not neglect the sincere display of divers charity and warm affections, such as the laying on of hands and the tender embrace.
  8. Thou shalt not interrupt nor disrupt the fellowship of others, nor shalt thou gainfully usurp the attentions of others.
  9. Thou shalt not gossip. Thou shalt not have an insincere and haughty heart when using the “third person” pronoun to spread information that does not directly involve yourself.  If thou shouldst receive intimate knowledge of a brother from another, thou shalt consult that brother immediately, to obtain the truth of the matter and to inform him of the slander against him.
  10. Thou shalt not ponder upon what others haveth that thou desireth. Rather, thou shalt consider what thou hast, which others may have needs of.
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About Wayne

Wayne is an ordained minister of Love who studies the psychology of the Feminine Mystique during the day, and holds an undercover missionary position at night. He earned his Ph.D. in Transcendental Love Mechanics during a 12-year, self-imposed asylum in an east-Asian paradise. You can visit his solid blog for more liquid insights: Sigma Frame Where Frame is the Name of the Game!
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