#49 • Vision Week, December 2016 • Excerpt 2 • “Practical Fellowship for Going on with the Lord” (2)
In our previous podcast we covered the first part of the final message from the recent Winter Vision Week in Cleveland, Ohio. In this week’s program we are covering the remainder of that message, so, if you haven’t listened to the previous episode yet, you may want to do that before listening to this one.
In his sharing in this message, Brother Titus is covering a number of very practical points he began to list in last week’s episode concerning how we can avoid falling into a church life that is merely a routine.
He begins by speaking of the difference between having colleagues and having companions. Then, concerning the gospel, he encourages the saints to preach the gospel at least once a day; to have several Bible verses we can use for preaching the gospel; and to also have a “bridge,” that is, our own personal way to introduce the gospel to others. He then goes on to speak of how to come to the Bible, how to use the hymns, and of other points as well.
This program has been edited to remove personal and private references.
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