Monthly Archives: January 2010

Day 20: Restoring Broken Fellowship

“You’re blessed when you can show people how to cooperate instead of compete or fight.  That’s when you discover who you really are, & your place in God’s family.” Relationships are always worth restoring.  God wants us to value relationships … Continue reading

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Day 19: Cultivating Community

Community requires commitment.  -Cultivating community takes honesty.  Most people have no one in their lives who loves them enough to tell them the truth, so they continue in self-destructive ways. Many fellowships have been sabotaged by fear—No one had the … Continue reading

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Day 18: Experiencing Life Together

 God made an incredible promise:  “For where 2 or 3 have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst.” Real fellowship is more than attending church services, its experiencing life together.  It includes unselfish loving, honest sharing, … Continue reading

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Day 17: A Place to Belong

We are created for community & fellowship, formed for a family, and none of us can fulfill God’s purposes by ourselves.  We discover our role in life through our relationships with others.  The Bible says, “Love your spiritual family”. Why … Continue reading

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Day 16: Love–What matters most

 Love means living the way God commanded us to live.  As you have heard from the beginning, his command is this:  Live a life of love.-2 John 1:6 (NCV)  The most important lesson he wants us to learn on earth … Continue reading

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Day 15: I was formed for God’s family

 “Some of us are Jews, some are Gentiles, some are slaves, and some are free.  But we have all been baptized into Christ’s body by one Spirit, and we have all received the same Spirit.” God wants a family, and … Continue reading

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Day 14: When God Seems Distant

 The Lord has hidden himself from his people, but I trust him & place my hope in him. –Isaiah 8:17 (TEV)  The feeling of abandonment has nothing to do with sin, it is a test of faith—Will we continue to … Continue reading

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