This What Christian Fellowship Looks Like

REAL TRUE LOVING BIBLICAL FELLOWSHIP:

 

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It Is Mote To Christian Fellowship In Just Joining a Group Of Christians and Doing Religious Stuff, Get to really know one another and share your life with them, the good, the bad and the ugly...

 

It is more than just bible studies, watching religious movies or hearing preaching 24/7/ And if you dislike or hate the different color of a person skin, heaven is Not the place for you, because All nations of Christ Believers will be there. And also all nations us unbelievers of sinners will end up in hell. so you better get over it and love God's children.

 

“The cup of blessing that we bless, is it not a fellowship/participation in the blood of Christ? The bread that we break, is it not a fellowship/participation in the body of Christ?” (1 Corinthians 10:16). In other words, when we drink the cup and eat the bread we share in the benefits of the slain body and shed blood of Jesus. We have a share in what death achieved.

 

“They begged us earnestly for the grace and the sharing/participation in the ministry to the saints” (2 Corinthians 8:4). In other words, they wanted to have a share in sending financial relief to the poor saints in Jerusalem. We should and Must be there for each other as Kingdom Spiritual Family.

 

“That I may know Christ and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship/sharing of Jesus sufferings” (Philippians 3:10). In other words, Apostle Paul wanted to have a share in the sufferings of Christ. To participate with Christ in suffering for the gospel.

 

So koinonía can be a sharing of the benefits of the death of Jesus, or in the financial relief of the Saints, or in the sufferings of Christ. So when we talk about Christian koinonia, fellowship or sharing or participation that is unique to our relationship with other believers, what we are referring to is the shared union, the shared participation that we have together with Christ.

 

“Fellowship is a mutual bond that Christians have with Christ that puts us in a deep, eternal relationship with one another.” 

Apostle  Paul says in 1 Corinthians 1:9, “You were called into the fellowship of God's Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.” Which probably means both (1) sharing vertically in the union each of us has in Christ, and (2) sharing together with other believers the common union we have with Christ and each other.

 

That sharing together in the Father and the Son is certainly the case in 1 John 1:3:

 

That which we have seen and heard we proclaim also to you so that you too may have fellowship with us [that you may share in what we have seen and heard], and indeed our fellowship is with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ.

 

So when you share with us in the realities we have seen and heard, namely the realities of Jesus, then you share not only with us, but you share with us in our sharing in the Father and the Son Kingdom blessings.

 

Yes, We Have A Mutual Spiritual Bond With Christ And With Each Other:

So when I talk about Christian fellowship as a means of perseverance, the fellowship I have in mind is the mutual bond (and I think mutual would be the adjective form of koinonía in English) that Christians have with Christ that unites us in a profound and eternal relationship of love that should express itself in joyful and affectionate service for each other’s good.

 That is Christian fellowship as a means of perseverance!the moment

Or this demonstration of Christian fellowship can be as cheerful as a smiling word to your roommate, I know God made you is very own and made me the same, His very own.” This too is Christian fellowship as a means of perseverance!

 

 Christian fellowship is aware of a profound, eternal relationship of love governed by the Savior Jesus Christ in Ephesians 4:29:

 

Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion [whether martyrdom or ping-pong], that it may give grace to those who hear.

 

“Making it to the end in faith shows that we were real, we had indeed come to share in Christ.” 

daddy Adam made us all Sinners and Daddy Jesus made us All His Saints!!!

And the grace we are talking about in this message is the grace of perseverance. And what we have seen of the grace of perseverance in these messages is that perseverance is necessary for final salvation (“The one who endures to the end will be saved.” Mark 13:13); and that perseverance is guaranteed for all those who are born of God (“He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.” Philippians 1:6); and that perseverance is accomplished through means, one of which is Christian fellowship, as I’ve tried to define it.

 

The most important passage in the Bible to make this point, that Christian fellowship is a means of perseverance in faith, is Hebrews 3:12–14. So I invite you to turn to first the Lord God and blessed Savior Jesus Christ. 

 

Save Spiritual Your Brothers or Sisters from Destruction, Have Their Backs and they must also Have yours. Amen.

Take care, brothers, lest there be in any of you an evil, unbelieving heart, leading you to fall away from the living God. But exhort one another every day, as long as it is called “today,” that none of you may be hardened by the deceitfulness of sin. For we have come to share in Christ if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end.

 

First, notice verse 14. This is the ground or the reason for the two imperatives in verses 12 and 13, “Take care!” And “Exhort one another!” And the reason is this (verse 14), and the tenses are very important: Take care, and exhort each other in love, “because we have come to share in Christ if indeed we hold our original confidence firm to the end.” It does not say, “If we hold our confidence firm, we will have a share in Christ.” It says, “If we hold our confidence firm to the end, we have shared in Christ.” This means that perseverance to the end in faith is a necessary confirmation that we have been born again. Making it to the end in faith shows that we were real, we had indeed come to share in Christ.

 

“All sin is a lie because nothing is more preferable than God. Therefore, all sin, which consists in preferring anything to God, is lying to us.” 

So that’s the ground of these two imperatives in verses 12 and 13: “Take care!” and “Exhort and love on one another every day.” Why? Because you know that if your brother (and that is what he calls them in verse 12)  does not hold on to his confidence to the end, he will prove himself to have never shared in Christ. He will be lost, whether he is called brother or sister or not. And from that truth between verse 13 and verse 14 you infer, rightly, “My exhortation is one of God’s means for keeping my brothers or my sisters holding fast to Christ and thus saving them from destruction. in love by faith and grace in the Lord Jesus Christ” Church, Amen.

 

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