Ethical teachings are of the upmost importance in Christianity, as they form the basis of how adherents live their lives. The importance of ethical teachings is so significant that all variants of Christianity use the same scriptural base for their ethical teachings, which are found in the Bible. The Ten Commandments and Jesus’ Commandment Of Love are examples of ethical teachings that serve the purpose of following God’s guidepost to how he wants us to live and conduct morally. Relevant examples of how God wanted us to live can be seen in Luke 10:27, Matthew 7:12, Luke 6:31, Exodus 20:17 and Mark 7:21-23
The gospel of Luke demonstrates Jesus' commandment of love as an ethical teaching. The teaching of love is a statement, which incorporates numerous ethical teachings that were put into place before Jesus’ own teaching. A passage shown in the gospel of Luke written in the New Testament says “love the lord your god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind”, and “love your neighbour as yourself” (Luke 10:27). The commandment of love shown in the gospel of Luke Reinforces the message that Christians are to love all people with not only their heart, but also their mind and soul. It illustrates to adherents that little and simple acts of kindness towards a neighbour can be counted as an act of love. The teaching from the gospel implies that God's love for humans, gives people a chance to be saved through the power of love for God and others.
In Genesis, the bible says “let us make man in our image, according to our likeness” (Genesis 1:27). The New Testament continues to reinforce the message that humans were made in the image of God, and that in today's society, if someone shows love towards others, that they are dedicated to serving God within the gracious of their hearts. There is only a slight difference between each branch of Christianity in the way in which they use scriptures yet in this case the difference is substantial. Christian adherents believe that the social righteousness may help with their love towards their neighbours. Small activities could be very effective to your neighbours and helps them show the action of love to your neighbours, good deeds like donating to charity, or helping out in an event for a cause.
This requirement of love is taken to a new level in the ministry of Jesus where the commandment to love your neighbour is extended to love for enemies. This can be seen in (Luke 6:27) which urges us to "Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you". The importance of this basic requirement of love is evident, that requirement is conveyed in terms of a new commandment in the Gospel of John. Love thy neighbour as God has loved us is seen as identifying characteristic of the Christian life. This requirement of love can be summed up as "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" (Matthew 7:12 and Luke 6:31). This concept, also known as the Golden Rule provides a broad principle that guides the lives of the adherents. To love your enemies as Jesus commands begins with the same process as one forgives them. This passage expresses why ethical teachings are important to adherents as the world chooses to love just like the world chooses to forgive individuals will. People cannot base forgiveness on how individuals feel and in like manner it suggests that they cannot base biblical love on there own emotions. It is easy to love family and friends and it is often emotion-based. Our love for our enemies, just as for friends and family, must result in loving actions. What is evident is that the