neglect

Today, let us read Hebrews 10:1-39

“Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is, but exhorting one another; and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.” Hebrews 10:25

I had to read this scriptures a few times before I can truly see what the message was. Even in that early time of early Christians, many chose not to gather together with other Christians.

Now why do you think that happen? Could it be they were afraid to be persecuted? Perhaps. Could it be they were rebuked by others? That may be the reason for some.

What about today? WE do not have the danger of persecution hanging over our heads, like some do in other countries, yet the neglect some among us show at times is even greater than theirs.

I am asking you today to ask for grace to give it up, and to get on with the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. Christians need other Christians, and even here blogging away we can unite. As one saying I like to use is United we Stand, Divided we fall. Let us unite together and cleave to God.

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About joannelamesse

Just a blogger who shares her thoughts, desires, and meeting like minded souls. I am one who believes in God, His word, and I am also interested in preparing, surviving as well. Love nature, and learning more on simple life
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4 Responses to neglect

  1. You have touched on the one redeeming value of the social networks, dear sister, and that is the ability for believers to come together from many parts of the world and fellowship, sharing and encouraging each other in the faith. For those like myself who are virtual shut-ins this connection is an essential lifeline to other people. No one, no matter how strong their faith may be, can stand alone for very long, and it is through communication and sharing that our faith is nurtured and can grow ever stronger. Thank you for another great share and analysis!

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