You shall not hate your brother in your heart: you shall in any wise rebuke your neighbor, and not suffer sin on him.
A most profane swearer in the Royal Engineers was remonstrated with by Sergeant Marjouram in New Zealand. He was disposed to be angry with his reprover, but the latter said to him: "Well, if I were to get behind your back and now and then give you a gentle push down the road to hell, I suppose you would think me a better friend than you do now for warning you before it be too late." The man's face quivered with emotion, and he rushed from the place He soon returned however and exclaimed to his companions: "I'll tell you what, chaps — I'm not going to lead this sort of life any longer, and to-morrow I shall begin a change:" Formerly the majority of his words were oaths, but from that day to the time of recording the incident, Marjouram did not hear him use one.
Parallel VersesKJV: Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine heart: thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbour, and not suffer sin upon him.