Tag Archives: fellowship

James 5:16

Why should you go to church? Those of us who regularly attend don’t typically struggle with questions like these, but generations have grown up considering Sunday just a day to sleep in, and they fail to see the value of … Continue reading

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Titus 2:11-14

Are you addicted to entertainment technology? Not technology itself, because technology’s incredible and there’s nothing inherently wrong with technology. No, I’m referring to the instant and potentially non-stop access to entertainment most of us now have in the privacy of … Continue reading

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Matthew 13:44-46

What’s your relationship with Jesus Christ? Who is He to you? You may be a Christian; you may go to services on Sunday, and try to read your Bible and pray; you may even be involved in your church. But … Continue reading

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Psalm 42:1-2

Do you fellowship with God? “To fellowship” is one of those old religious terms we don’t typically use much outside of church anymore, but it simply means to spend meaningful time with. And while we certainly fellowship with other people … Continue reading

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Philippians 3:10

How much do you pray? Not how many words do you utter, but how much do you actually crave for and actively seek out fellowship with the Father and our Lord Jesus through His Spirit? More to the point, do … Continue reading

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Psalm 90:12

Do you feel like a hamster on a wheel, running ever so hard with nary a moment to slow down? While it is true that life has its seasons, and some are certainly more busy than others–even though filled with … Continue reading

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Romans 8:26-27

What do you know about prayer? As Christians, it’s something we are to do, of course, but what is it, exactly? Is it repeating lengthy words from a special book, or something so much more? “And the Holy Spirit helps … Continue reading

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