“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor . . . a cord of three strands is not quickly broken” (Ecclesiastes 4:9 NIV).
WE ARE COMMANDED TO ENJOY and be involved with one another. There are over 100 verses in the Bible that command us to relate to one another. We are created for relationships. Consider the following verses and pray that God would direct you to make application of one or more of these today.
- Be of the same mind toward one another – Romans 12:16
- Serve one another – Galatians 5:13
- Provoke one another to love and good deeds – Hebrews 10:24
- Be kind to one another – Ephesians 4:32
- Submit yourselves to one another – Ephesians 5:21
- Forbear and forgive one another – Colossians 3:13
- Admonish one another – Colossians 3:16
- Comfort one another – 1 Thessalonians 4:18
- Edify one another – 1 Thessalonians 5 :11
- Exhort one another – Hebrews 3:13
- Confess your faults – James 5:16
- Pray for one another – James 5:16
- Have compassion toward one another – 1 Peter 3:8
- Show hospitality one to another – 1 Peter 4:9
“What binds us together is not common education, common race, common income levels, common politics, common nationality, common accents, common jobs, or anything else of that sort. Christians come together because they have all been loved by Jesus himself. They are a band of natural enemies who love one another for Jesus’ sake.” — D. A. Carson
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The devotion above was taken from the 52-week Devotional entitled “Experiencing Christ as Life and Leader”.
Many give a mental assent to this teaching yet are often asking, “What do I do? What does Christ as life look like?“ Too often Christians err by moving too far to one side or the other—reducing the Christian life to a list of do’s and don’ts, or they actually do nothing.
These inspiring weekly devotions are just some of the actions that reflect the life of Christ in each of us, and they explore four areas as we follow the One Leader, Jesus Christ –
- A Foundational Focus
- A Personal Focus
- A Relational Focus
- A Missional Focus
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