1 Corinthains 16:14 says, “Let all that you do be done with love. This command balances unretreating courage with unfailing love. Both need to exist side by side for either one to be effective. If we have too much love and not enough doctrine, we will be washed away by sentimentalism, and if we have to much doctrine and not enough love, we develop a harsh attitude. We need to combine the two, by recognizing that I need to share with others the truth, but recognize that I cannot change anyone’s lifestyle choices. The reality is that I can disagree with a lifestyle, without being disagreeable or overbearing. The Key to making this a reality in our lives is to remain humble in our dealings with others. In Matthew 7:3, Jesus says, “Why do you behold the mote in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the beam in your own eye. This is not an admonition not to say anything, rather it is a warning to remember I am not perfect either. In our spiritual battle, we must be aware of the importance of prayer, which will enable us to be alert, firm, mature, strong and loving. If we refuse to do these things we will find that we are in violation of one of the most important commandments found in John 14:14, where Jesus said, “If you love me, keep my commandments.”