Scimitar jee, I have not read any of Surinder Singh Kholi’s books so I can’t confirm if we are talking about the same thing. However this and many other Sakhis from Bhai Peyandhe Vali Bir have been used by many historians and writers because of its historic nature. It is one of the oldest sources of Sakhis we have available. It contains a number of old Sakhis of which some have become unreadable due to age now. The Sakhi I quoted from is very similar to the one written by admin in the following thread [www.tapoban.org
Chatrik jee, the line I quoted simply says that If someone has gone off/forgotten Guru Jee’s path then help him by trying to explain/bringing him around to the correct path but if he does not accept the advice then still treat or see him as Guru Jee’s Sikh.
This for me is a really powerful message, firstly it is showing the relationship between Guru Jee and his GurSikh and secondly its advice for us on how we should treat other GurSikhs when they have fallen or are falling from Gurmat.