Pastor Cyril Guerette focuses on the importance of gathering and encouraging one another when we stumble as a community in the Christian church.
If we are to encourage someone to continue to love others it must be done in love and not in frustration or anger.
Thankfully as a result of COVID-19 we were still able to meet virtually but there is truly no substitute for meeting in person as a spiritual family.
As our brothers and sisters return to the church and we connect with them more in person we are able to grow more together.
The day of Jesus returning:
When the day of Jesus’ return comes those that we are able to encourage in the ways Jesus would be more prepared. We should pray that Jesus would use us to encourage others to love our enemies and everyone in our community as well.
Those that have a close relationship with Jesus and support from a strong Christian community as less affected by the evil forces that try to hurt us.
The enemy wants fear to overcome us, as a result, we need to gather to support one another when fear tries to control us.
Let us ask you a few application questions that you can focus on this week.
1. How will you spur on those around you this week?
2. How can live out praying for your enemies this week?
3. How can you love those around you with love or through your actions?
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Hebrew10:24-25: And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.