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Jesus maleness loved the young man..

(201) Mt 22:37 Jesus said unto him , Thou shalt love (ahab) the Lord thy God with all thy heart , and with all thy soul , and with all thy mind .

Jesus said unto him , Thou shalt maleness-love the Lord ..

(202) Mt 22:39 And the second is like unto it , Thou shalt love (ahab) thy neighbour as thyself .

.. Thou shalt maleness-love thy neighbour..

(203) Mr 10:21 Then Jesus beholding him loved (ahab) him , and said unto him , One thing thou lackest : go thy way , sell whatsoever thou hast , and give to the poor , and thou shalt have treasure in heaven : and come , take up the cross , and follow me .

.. Then Jesus beholding him maleness-loved him , ..

Notice the cost in following Jesus, everything you have...all your time...your money and talents...all for Jesus...and Jesus will return all back to you, good pressed down and overflowing...

Lu 6:38 Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again

The rich man went away sad because He asked for a legalistic method to be saved and he thought he was saved by his own good works. Jesus loved him and wanted to teach his the true cost of following him was not based on human powered effort...but upon obedience...Only when given the test to give away his wealth did the rich man realize his love for money was enslaving him..he went away sad, feeling he was lost, but he need not be...

(204) Mr 12:30 And thou shalt love (ahab) the Lord thy God with all thy heart , and with all thy soul , and with all thy mind , and with all thy strength : this is the first commandment .

.. And thou shalt maleness-love the Lord ..

(205) Mr 12:31 And the second is like , namely this , Thou shalt love (ahab) thy neighbour as thyself . There is none other commandment greater than these .

.. Thou shalt maleness-love thy neighbour..

(206) Mr 12:33 And to love (ahab) him with all the heart , and with all the understanding , and with all the soul , and with all the strength , and to love (ahab) his neighbour as himself , is more than all whole burnt offerings and sacrifices .

.. And to maleness-love him ..

(207) Lu 6:27 � But I say unto you which hear , Love (ahab) your enemies , do good to them which hate you ,

..maleness-love your enemies ..

Possibly the Hebrew word "oyeb" ..can't find any Bible text "to hate thine enemy", though there are contexts where people run after the enemy to run them through with the sword..if this self defence? or planned cleansing of the land from 'enemies'? In any case: Jesus is making a functional statement that GOD wants us to "love" our enemies and get along with them...not exterminate them..

Maleness-love "befriends enemies"

(208) Lu 6:32 For if ye love (ahab) them which love (ahab) you , what thank have ye ? for sinners also love (ahab) those that love (ahab) them .

.. For if ye maleness-love them ..

(209) Lu 6:35 But love ye (ahab) your enemies , and do good , and lend , hoping for nothing again ; and your reward shall be great , and ye shall be the children of the Highest : for he is kind unto the unthankful and to the evil .

..But maleness-love your enemies..

(210) Lu 7:5 For he loveth (ahab) our nation , and he hath built us a synagogue .

.. For he maleness-loveth our nation ..

Here the Jews tolerated a non-Jew because he showed love for their culture..but Jesus shows a greater and deeper maleness-love towards the man.

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