Love your Enemies is different from Loving One Another.

Jesus gave his disciples a new commandment to love each other.

A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another (John 13:34-35).
Love One Another is Jesus standard for those who choose to follow him. The One Another Stuff is to be worked out in a body of disciples who live in the same neighbourhood and are committed to loving and serving Jesus. This standard is demanding, but it is only expected of those who have had their minds renewed and been filled with the Holy Spirit. He is the one who makes it possible for people to live this way. See One Another Stuff for more on what Jesus requires.

Jesus also said that his followers should love their enemies.

Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you (Luke 6:27).

Loving an enemy is quite different from loving people who love us, although that is not easy either.

Our enemy is anyone who does not belong to Jesus. The noun Jesus used is derived from a verb meaning hate. It refers to anyone who might hate us. Enemies is a broad category. It includes those of different races and religions.

Jesus is realistic. He understands that those who follow him will often have enemies. We will often be hated by those who have rejected the gospel. Sometimes they will persecute us and try to destroy us. This is what Paul experienced from his enemies, but he mostly responded with love for them. This is not easy, but the gift of the Holy Spirit makes it possible.

Some of our enemies will be actively fighting against us. Other may be passively ignoring us. The command to love our enemies applies to both groups. The focus of love should be those living around us, and those we encounter as we go about life, but that does not mean we can avoid loving by hiding away from them.

(I guess a problem arises, because for many Christians, their main enemies are other Christians. That suggests that there is something seriously wrong in the body of Christ.)

The following are guidelines for followers of Jesus who choose to love their enemies.

Loving our enemies can be hard. We will often get ripped off. The key is that people loving their enemies should not be doing this alone. The love that Jesus called for should come out of a community of believers, who love each other and support each other. If a follower of Jesus is ripped by someone when they love their enemies, the other people in the body they belong to should bless them and support them.