To believe on (trust in, or rely upon) his words it is necessary to obey them. Therefore, do these things which he has asked, without fail so long as you have power to obey.
*Love your enemies.
*Do good things to those who hate you.
*Bless those that curse you.
*Pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you by exploiting your obedience to these commandments.
*If anyone hits you on one cheek, turn the other cheek to them without reviling.
*If anyone takes your cloak, don't tell them they can't have your coat.
*Give to every person that asks of you.
*Do not ask for your stuff back from any man who takes it from you.
*Whatever you want people to do to you, do exactly those things to them.
*Lend, hoping you aren't paid back.
*Be baptized by water by one of heaven's sent servants to show both men and heaven that you believe God's words and will do them.
This is the path of Christ. Let us take as long as we need as a people until we are each doing all these things faithfully and equally, as he has asked of us: "Each of you must equally walk truly in my path, not only to profess, but also to do as you profess" (A&C, p. 3).
Then we will be of one mind with God and his Christ, as Joseph taught,"being filled with the fulness of the Mind of the Father, or, in other words, the Spirit of the Father: which Spirit is shed forth upon all who believe on his name and keep his commandments: and all those who keep his commandments shall grow up from grace to grace, and become heirs of the heavenly kingdom, and joint heirs with Jesus Christ; possessing the same mind, being transformed into the same image or likeness, even the express image of him who fills all in all: being filled with the fulness of his glory, and become one in him, even as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one" (Lectures on Faith 5:2).
Then we will all see eye-to-eye and know that the Lord's doctrine, his law and commandments, his gospel, is the Lord's guide and standard.