A human being lives, but he is given life.
The baptism of the Holy Spirit is an experience necessary for Christians if they are to become truly like Jesus in life and ministry. As a result of this intimate connection with Jesus, we will begin to
experience our greatest victories over sin and will develop the most meaningful relationship possible with our savior.
One fact has often troubled me is the general weakness of Seventh-day Adventist church and that is in the area of Christian fellowship. We are a rather independent group of believers. One has to have
somewhat of an independent spirit to be a Seventh-day Adventist in the first place, for choosing to keep the seventh-day Sabbath sets us apart from the majority of other Christians.
When it comes to fellowship we do not always fare so well. Most church services are somewhat formal, with little or no interaction with other believers, we come to church on Sabbath just before services start and we leave just after services. All Christians’ not just Seventh-day Adventist need to focus on building our relationships with other Spirit-filled Christians, in my last sermon I made a statement: “As God’s children we must keep our hearts on Christ and stay untainted by the world we live in.” how do we do this? By fellowshipping with other Christians with in our community.
Supporting Scripture; (Acts 2:42), (1 John 1:7), (Isa: 2:5)
Personal Reflection and Discussion