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October 24, 2022
Today’s reading: Psalms 133:1
How good and how pleasant
We read in Psalms 133:1:
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is
For brethren to dwell together in unity!
For many of us who are used to gathering together every week, it seems we forget how blessed we are when we are able to see the brethren. Sometimes, we take for granted the ability to congregate and fellowship with one another.
However, for some of us, especially for the scattered brethren, being together with like-minded people could be a luxury. The time we get together becomes so rare that it becomes so precious.
There will come a time when holding Sabbath services in the open would be banned. There will come a time when no religion would be tolerated and the church would be forced to hide.
That’s why we must appreciate what we have right now. Let’s be thankful that we are able to come together for Sabbath services, see each other, and fellowship with people who share the same faith.
May we not take for granted our ability to congregate. May we not forsake the assembling of ourselves. May we not forget the importance of seeing each other on a regular basis.
Most importantly, let’s not forget what King David said. It is not enough to simply be together, but we must dwell together in unity. We must endeavor to have unity within the Body of Christ. May all the things we think, say, and do contribute to that unity instead of destroying it.
Let’s do our best to be an instrument of unity, not disunity; of brotherly love, not hate; and of service, not selfish ambition.
Indeed, when we come together in unity, we can all say, “How good and how pleasant!”
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