“And they continued stedfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Acts 2:42 KJV
Beloved, don’t form the habit of staying away from fellowship. Don’t be a fair weather Christian who goes to church anytime he wants or selects the services to attend. You should be a part of all church programs, join different groups and be actively involved in ministry arms. The world out there is a hustle, infested with destructive demons assigned to destroy your life. But when you are in fellowship, you are not alone. Your weakness is strengthened by your brother while his own weakness is strengthened by your own strength. That’s the way it is: “Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend” (Proverbs 27:17 KJV).
There is no single individual that has it all together. That is why Paul requested for the prayers of the church in Ephesians 6:19: “Pray for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel” (KJV). Every one of us needs prayer. I need prayers every day. If there is one person the devil will like to kill, it is me. But because there are prayer coverings all over, he is not able to come near me. So, I don’t go to bed with my eyes opened. Rather, I sleep because I know the angels of the Lord are encamping round about me. God has given His angels charge concerning you to bear you up in their hands and you will not dash your feet against stones. Evil will never come near you.
One of the greatest strategies of the devil in these last days is to separate you from the bunch and kill you. The devil tries to keep you away and makes you think that you are sufficient in yourself. Before you realize what is happening, you will suddenly find out that you are drowning in the sea of wickedness and no one is there while you are crying for help. That will not be your portion in Jesus name.
Further Reading: Psalm 133:1-1-3, Acts 2:41-46, Hebrews 10:25
Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Exodus 31-33; Evening- Matthew 22:1-22