“And we urge you, brothers and sisters, warn those who are idle and disruptive, encourage the disheartened, help the weak, be patient with everyone.” 1 Thessalonians 5:14
Having a community is vital for our growth, not just in character, in networks and profession, or what we do in a society but more than anything else, having a community plays an essential role in our spiritual growth.
For today’s daily bread, we are encouraged to ultimately, lift up one another. When one is idle, confuse or lost, the other rescues. When one is weak or discouraged, the other encourages. When one is growing in progress, the other is patient to understand and teaches.
On top of everything, a community loves one another which includes gentle correction, genuine caring and intentional teaching, a community that prays for one another, responds to the needs of one another and a community that points each other to the hope and light of Christ. If you’re in a community, we hope that this encourages you to become a community that fosters those who are in need, most especially spiritually. Love them, lead them. If you’re seeking for a community, pray about it, pray that the Lord leads you to this kind of community.