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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Fellowship (among believers) (10/11/07)

TITLE: That we may know....
By Ezekiel Gbenga Oladosu
10/13/07


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Suddenly, He got the bread broken and he said this part of my flesh, then he gave it to them to eat that shows unity and peace in the camp of the disciples and he commission them, do this in my remembrance. He gave them the wine to drink, that signified the blood of the lamb and He said to them do this in my remembrance. This show how compassion Christ was when he was with the early church and to show love among others. To keep the minds renew everyday about things of his father.

Keeping the gathering of the saints alive by nourishing the mind and soul to the things of the spirit among believers, we have “stronghold of minds” that appeared when the gathering of the saints as been forbidden, and these strongholds will be effective when there is absent steadfastly in the breaking of bread which is very harmful to the spiritual growth.

What are the strongholds of mind, these are, fears, negative thoughts, death, rejection, living in a imagination world and allowed the mind to be filled with vain thought and is not edifying the spirit and having second image about God, when peter forsake the gathering of the saints fear of death came upon him. Then he quickly runs back to the gathering and the spirit of boldness came upon him.

The gathering of the believers is to keep our minds in one accord in decision making and judgment of others.

In fellowship, that we may know the deep truth that is in the breaking of bread, what those it means to us. It simply means, studying the word together and to put more light in our path to afford divisions in the mutual understanding, connecting each other with prayers to keep us steadfast in the doctrine of our lord Jesus. In fellowship we can get drunk in the power of Holy Spirit {Act 2:4} to refresh our mind and giving us the courage to speak the truth among unequal yoke. A lot of doctrine is in our world today, the fellowship of the saints brings out the understanding or knowledge to know the truth.

Seeking the interest of each others in unity to build a trust and atmosphere for show some love and not to be selfish or self- centered but to have the same aim and goal toward the building and establishing the kingdom of God among the gentiles of our generation.


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LauraLee Shaw10/19/07
You have some VERY insightful and scriptural principles built into this article. One suggestion might be that you find a proof reader or someone who can help you out grammatically before you submit. That way, the reader isn't distracted with that instead of hearing your wise teaching.
Jan Ackerson 10/20/07
I like the phrase "the deep truth that is in the breaking of the bread..."

It felt as if I was dropped in the middle of this piece, since it began with "Suddenly, He..." and I didn't know immediately who "He" was (a pronoun without an antecedent), nor what action I was in the middle of.

Lots of good stuff here, just a bit of tweaking in order.
Brenda Welc10/22/07
Very insightful and knowledgeable. A little polishing and this would be a great devotional. A tip which really helped me with writing is to read it outloud. (I print my draft out and read it to anyone willing to listen even if it's just my 4 cats!) You have alot to get across here and it's important to get your point across clearly. Keep up the great writing, I can see that God writes through you, treasure your talent.
Donna Emery10/24/07
This piece has lots of promise and your skill shows through. I agree with previous opinions. This is a good start. Keep writing!