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God, help us to keep the bond of unity in Christ

Concern for one another was a characteristic of the early Church. They shown true affection for one another. They also interacted with each other and maintained friendly ties to the point where no one ever left the other behind in anything. Their devotion was Christlike. There was no one left behind, and everyone was provided for in accordance with his most pressing requirements, whether they be spiritual or material.

The early Christians were described in Scripture as devoting themselves to the teachings of the apostles and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. They devoted themselves to religious rites. Today's Christians must take a page out of the early church's book when it comes to worship. All of them made sure that their Christian brother or sister was carried along by singing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to one another as they carried on their journey.

Christ's character is shown in our sincere concern for one another. Whenever and wherever He went, Jesus was always doing good. Others who had valuable materials sold them and donated to those who needed it, just like the early Christians did. This seems to be an area where the Church of the 21st century appears to be missing or underperforming. Sincerely believing in God has become a selfish pursuit for many people nowadays. The focus of this lecture is on the importance of helping one other out in this celestial race.

We rely on one another for advice, assistance, and moral support. The more we worship God, the more successful and united we will be in God's kingdom.

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