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  1. “Let your brotherly love continue.”—HEBREWS 13:1. ????? The most important reason to show brotherly love is that Jehovah tells us to do so. We cannot really love Jehovah if we refuse to love our brothers. (1 John 4:7, 20, 21) Another reason is that we need one another, especially during difficult times. When Paul wrote his letter to the Hebrew Christians, he knew that soon some would have to leave their homes and personal things. Jesus had described how difficult that time would be. (Mark 13:14-18; Luke 21:21-23) So before that time came, those Christians would need to strengthen their love for one another.—Romans 12:9. ????? We need to strengthen our brotherly love now because it will help us to endure whatever trials we may have in the future ????? The greatest tribulation in mankindÂ’s history is coming soon. (Mark 13:19; Revelation 7:1-3) We will need to obey the counsel: “Go, my people, enter your inner rooms, and shut your doors behind you. Hide yourself for a brief moment until the wrath has passed by.” (Isaiah 26:20) Those “inner rooms” may refer to our congregations. That is where we worship Jehovah with our brothers and sisters. But we must do more than just meet together regularly. Paul reminded the Hebrew Christians that they should encourage one another to show love and to do good for one another. (Hebrews 10:24, 25) We need to strengthen our brotherly love now because it will help us to end ????? ?“Do not forget hospitality.” (Read Hebrews 13:2.) ?“Keep in mind those in prison.” (Read Hebrews 13:3.) ?“Let marriage be honorable among all.” (Read Hebrews 13:4.) ?Be “content with the present things.” (Read Hebrews 13:5.) ?“Be of good courage.” (Read Hebrews 13:6.) ?“Remember those who are taking the lead.” (Read Hebrews 13:7, 17.) SOME EXPRESSIONS EXPLAINED ? Brotherly love: A strong, warm feeling between family members or close friends. As JehovahÂ’s Witnesses, we do not pretend to be brothers and sisters. We are brothers and sisters Tap on Video Link mp4 ___Enjoy! https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/402016042?q=heb+13%3A1&p=par#h=21 106DD5D4-B800-4C62-80A4-C78A4BF41F9A.mp4
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