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“And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:” Ephesians 4:11-12 (KJV)


One of the lies of the devil, and it bears repetition, is to put you in a box where you assume that you have nothing to offer. You come to church, sit quietly in a corner, waiting for the choir to sing and the man of God to perform.

You come to church so dignified that no one can come near you. You come with a mask and pretend that all is well but deep within, you are dying piecemeal; it is time to take the mask off. Child of God, we are members of one body, so we need each other. Just as the eye cannot tell the nose, I have no need of you; the mouth cannot tell the hand I have no need of you. Each part has its own function; in the same way, we need each other.

While I appreciate the fact that everyone cannot be your friend, you cannot also live a life of a loner. Do not for the fear of getting hurt deny yourself of the blessing that your brother or sister can be in your life. No one is all complete; we need each other at various stages of life. You might be full of ideas, but your brother might have the key to tying it all up and turning it into a business venture. You may have been going to an office for months, for a document that is in the hands of the person sitting beside you. What looks like a mountain to you may be a molehill to another person. Just like no candle can light itself, no one can survive as an Island.

Fellowshipping involves paying a price. It will cost you some time, energy and even demands that you go an extra mile. Fellowshipping is being your brother’s keeper. But let me quickly strike a balance, fellowship does not also mean inconveniencing the next person. It is not a licence to be a burden on anyone. A fellowship is not about forming cliques, rather it is about helping each other and knowing that a bond is only as strong as the weakest link.


Further Reading: Ephesians 4:11-16

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- 1 Chronicles 10-12; Evening- John 6:45-71

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