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Thoughts From A Recent Sermon...


Seeking Godly Fellowship

Bro Josh Thilmony,  8/23/2015 


Proverbs 13.20 He that walks with wise men shall be wise: but a companion of fools will be destroyed.


Our acquaintences change who we are.  The ones that hang out with atheists end up becoming atheists.


On the other hand, God uses saintly fellowship to refresh our souls.  God forms us into the image of Christ as we walk with the people of God. 


Part 1 - Evil Alliances


2 Chronicles 21.5-6 King Jehoram turned from righteousness and walked in the ways of the kings of Israel. The Bible says he turned "for" he had married Ahab's daughter. She turned his heart away from the way of righteousness.


Part of Jehoram's problem was the bad alliances of his father.  King Jehoshaphat had made alliances with Ahab and Ahab's son.  The prophets rebuked Jehoshaphat for both of these alliances. Through those alliances, Jehoram no doubt became acquainted with Ahab's daughter, who turned Jehoram's heart away. 


Part 2 - How To Judge Fellowship


In Acts chapter 11, Peter was accused of having an evil association with Gentiles.  However, Peter defended himself by showing how the people at Cornelius' house were filled with the Spirit of God.  Spirit filled individuals are worthy of fellowship.


Jesus said in Matthew 7.15 that we would know false prophets by their fruits.  The fruit of an individual's life is more important than the beliefs he or she holds. Someone may believe the same as you, but if the fruit of his life is evil, he's not worthy of fellowship. 


Part 3 - Good Alliances


Acts 11.19-24 When Barnabas came to Antioch, he SAW the grace of God among the saints, and it made him glad.  Godly people are drawn to others in whom they can see the grace of God. Grace can be seen in joyful, patient, loving, and holy living. 


Godly fellowship will bring gladness into your experience. Many people were added to the Lord in Antioch.  As Barnabas and the saints were glad in the Lord together, God blessed the efforts, and the church grew.  There is a lot to be said for the principle of "glad sharing" among the saints.