Encourage One Another




Let us hold on to the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful. And let us be concerned about one another in order to promote love and good works. 

— Hebrews 10:23,24, HCSB 



Let the soul in living faith fasten upon God. Let the tongue speak His praise. 

When you associate together, let the mind be reverently turned to the contemplation of eternal realities. Thus you will be helping one another to be spiritually minded. When your will is in harmony with the divine will, you will be in harmony with one another; you will have Christ by your side as a counselor.

You may say with the psalmist, “I have set the Lord always before me: because He is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.” [Psalm 16:8.] While you feel that you have no sufficiency of yourself, your sufficiency will be in Jesus. 

If you expect all your counsel and wisdom to come from men, mortal and finite like yourselves, you will receive only human help. If you go to God for help and wisdom, He will never disappoint your faith. 

Every one needs a practical experience in trusting God for himself. Let no man become your confessor; open the heart to God; tell Him every secret of the soul. Bring to Him your difficulties, small and great, and He will show you a way out of them all. He alone can know how to give the very help you need.

And when, after a trying season, help comes to you, when the Spirit of God is manifestly at work for you, what a precious experience you gain! You are obtaining faith and love... You are learning to go to God in all your troubles; and as you learn these precious lessons of faith, you will teach the same to others. Thus you may be continually leading the people to a higher plane of experience.

— Gospel Workers, p.417-419 



In living faith fasten your soul on God. Let your tongue speak His praises. 

When you associate together, reverently contemplate eternal realities. Help one another be spiritually minded. 

Say, “I have set the Lord always before me. Because He is at my right hand I shall not be moved.”  

As you learn precious lessons of faith, teach others. Lead people to a higher experience.






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