THE DIMENSIONS OF FELLOWSHIP (Part 1)

The word FELLOWSHIP is from the Greek word KOINONIA, which means communication, companionship, partnership, sharing together or sharing in common. It also means togetherness and oneness.

In order for a person to know another person better, there must be a fellowship between them both. And one important truth to note and always remember is that FELLOWSHIP IS VERY CONTAGIOUS; you are bound to reflect the characteristics of your partner either directly or indirectly.

As believers, we are called into fellowship togther WITH God IN Christ, and THROUGH the enabling of the Holy Ghost.

Everything we are and do as children of God, both to our heavenly Father, or to our brethren here, it is by the working of the Spirit of God in us. And how does this take place? Through fellowship with Him(the Holy Spirit).

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No wonder the Apostle Paul in his second letter to the Corinthian church, encouraged continuance in the fellowship with the Spirit, and in the grace and love that proceeds from it forever.
1st Cor. 12:3, 1:9, 2nd Cor. 13:14, Gal. 5:22-23

You learn to love like God only through the Holy Ghost, not through your movies or music. He sheds this love in our hearts making it a lifestyle or first nature to us (Romans 5:5).
Partnering with the Holy Ghost will unveil the mind of God to you, and will help you understand how to live in the light as God’s child.
Oneness with Him (the Holy Ghost) ushers the believer into a life of possibilities and supernatural experiences all day long (1st John 1:3)

To be continued…
Peace.
James G.

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