Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another;
As we deal with one another we can offend one another without even trying at times. The above verse tells us how to deal with each other. First we need to be kindly affectioned, we need to be cherish one another as we would a family member. This is not the idea of biting and devouring one another, but instead being kind to one another. The problem is that when we think of people it is usually just ourselves. We don’t know usually think of the other person, but what pleases me. So when we read “in honour preferring one another;” we need to think it is more valuable for me to consider someone else first, than anything else. So when you have a problem with a brother or sister in Christ, then don’t think about yourself, but think about them first. We need to think the way Christ thinks in which he thought of us before he thought about himself, we should thank God daily for that love.
Rejoicing in Grace,
2 Cor 5:14-15