When God established the feasts in the Old Testament, he set milestones to remind his people about who he was and how he had rescued them (over and over). While many Christians no longer celebrate the feasts, there are still plenty of places on our calendars where we can slow down to remember God. (more…)
Christianity is essentially a social religion . . . To turn it into a solitary religion, is indeed to destroy it.
Ecclesiastes 4:9–12 makes it clear that life is easier when lived alongside others. Isolation, though often convenient, is dangerous. Maybe that’s why John Wesley and his brother Charles ministered side-by-side, often collaborating with George Whitfield and other contemporaries.
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