Living a Life in Fellowship with the Lord is a Crucial Matter
To live a life in fellowship with the Lord requires us to exercise before Him. We must be clear on such matters as the divine Spirit and our human spirit, and we must know the provisions the Lord has made for us to come to Him. In addition, there are certain exercises we need to have, such as calling on the Lord’s name and praying. In this way we can live a life in fellowship with the Lord.
Living a life in fellowship is a matter of exercise. The first exercise for living such a life is related to two things: knowing and abiding. When we do not know something, then it is not really ours. But even when we know something it may still not be ours. We have to learn how to abide in what we know.
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