Almost any discussion I have of the Bible and the commands I am expected to obey ends up at the same conclusion. Abide.
How do we obey the Bible when it says to love our neighbor?
What about loving our enemy?
What about making sure there is no unwholesome talk out of our mouths?
How do we pray more?
How do we pray more effectively?
How do we have peace?
How do we speak the truth, have courage, obey God in anything?
How do we Abide?
Jesus said to remain in him, and he will remain in us (Jn 15:4). We abide when we read the Bible with a conscious mind on the presence of God. We abide when we dwell on Christ. It is a Christ consciousness. We (born-again Christians) are in Christ by virtue of our belief in him, but we are functionally, experientially in Christ by conscious awareness of Christ. We direct our thoughts in the present moment to his presence, and we go about life. When we drift, we come back. We can also call this being filled with the Spirit (Eph 5:18).
For the Christian, the real work is abiding. IF we can do that, the rest is easy.