#50 • Vision Week, December 2016 • Excerpt 3 • “Practical Fellowship for Going on with the Lord” (3)
In our previous two podcasts we covered the final message from the recent Winter Vision Week in Cleveland, Ohio. In this week’s program we are going back to feature excerpts from the beginning of the training.
While this training was intended to cover aspects of the tabernacle, Brother Titus’ main burden in his sharing was to help us avoid having a church life that was merely a routine. In this message he is working to show that we should not seek to raise up young ones to be merely good brothers or good sisters in the church life and serving in the church meetings. Rather, we should raise them up to be those who are really pleasing to the Lord.
This program has been edited to remove personal and private references.
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