A Sincere Love of Others is an Act of True Worship

The act of a true and acceptable worship demonstrates a reverent love and devotion to what God holds dear. And what God holds dear is His love of us, and what He requires of us by our love of Him is to love others as much as we love thyself.

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Fellowshipping: From Handshakes to Hugs

Vic says, “Fellowshipping is not just about the talking or the exchange of fleeting pleasantries. It’s the building of a closely-knit and devoted relationship. To me, a church fellowship is a form of a community prayer. Gandhi once said, ‘In prayer, it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart’. When we pray to God, it’s not just what we say. It’s whether we mean what we say. When we fellowship with church family we reach out to each other in unity and love. We love and serve without demanding anything in return.”

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Loving Everyone Everywhere, A closer look on legalism and mysticism

May we as a local and global community be about loving everyone everywhere because this is where real freedom stands.

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