What is going on in our churches today ??
You call yourselves Christians but then when you go to the church then separation occurs. THE RICH WALKING WITH THE RICH THEN THE POOR ARE LEFT ALONE. When will we be United. There is no love in amongst us even though the Bible says love your neighbor as yourselves. We claim we are Christians yet we do favoritism, we claim we are Christians yet we refuse to stop pretending in church.
Let’s not be hypocrite because we are not deceiving anyone. DOES POVERTY MAKE US UNCLEAN IN THE PRESENCE OF GOD ???
Let’s begin exploring this subject by noting that Hebrews is not the only book that commands Christians to assemble with one another. “Love one another,” Jesus tells his disciples (John 13:34). When Jesus says “one another,” he is not referring to our duty to love all human beings. Rather, he is referring to the need for disciples to love other disciples – it must be a mutual love. This love is an identifying characteristic of Jesus’ disciples (verse 35).
Mutual love does not express itself in accidental meetings at the grocery store and sporting events. Jesus’ command assumes that his disciples are meeting with one another on a regular basis. Christians should have regular fellowship with other Christians. “Do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers,” Paul wrote (Galatians 6:10). To obey this command, it is essential that we know who the family of believers is. We need to see them, and we need to see their needs.
Why make your fellow Christian brother or sister feel sorrowful and belittle even with the presence of God. You as the reader how do you treat people in the presence of God and our dear Leaders in the church what role have you played to ensure unity in the church?
Most churches are loosing so many members because of relationship that is portrayed in the church, IS POVERTY A CURSE WITHIN THE SITE OF GOD ? Why make your poor Christian brothers and sisters feel so little of themselves. Throughout the New Testament, the early Christians met with one another to worship together, to learn together, to share their lives with one another (for example, Acts 2:41-47).
What is going on in our churches today?
How many times do you as a Christian check up on your fellow Christian? Everywhere Paul went, he raised up churches, rather than leaving scattered believers. They were eager to share their faith and zeal with one another. This is the biblical pattern.
It seems that favoritism was an issue in the early church, as those with greater wealth or standing were accorded better treatment than others. The Apostle James spoke against this impulse in his epistle:
My brothers, show no partiality as you hold the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory. For if a man wearing a gold ring and fine clothing comes into your assembly, and a poor man in shabby clothing also comes in, and if you pay attention to the one who wears the fine clothing and say, “You sit here in a good place,” while you say to the poor man, “You stand over there,” or, “Sit down at my feet,” have you not then made distinctions among yourselves and become judges with evil thoughts? (James 2:1–4).
EXHIBIT EQUAL LOVE FOR WE ARE ALL CHILDREN OF GOD.