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There is one, most important ingredient for the functioning of a healthy Body of Christ – GOD’S LOVE.  Recognizing the importance of God’s love and living in that love is vital for sustaining and growing as the local Body of Christ and as members within that body.  When the church forgets its first love, the body – and therefore the members – become spiritually anemic and in danger of dying.  Scripture confirms the relationships that God intends for us as his children. Then we can affirm how we are to practice those relationships so that the body of Christ may mature into a Spirit-filled fellowship that brings glory to the Father through Jesus Christ our Lord.


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Lessons in this Series on Fellowship

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Date Lesson Lesson Title
Taken From Lesson Materials
Mar 4 1  The Distinctiveness of the Local Church  Eph 5:1-2 outline
Mar 11 2  God's Local Church: A Definite Community  Eph 5:21-25
Col 1:9-10
Mar 18 3  What Was Lacking at Corinth?  1 Corinthians outline
Mar 25 4 Becoming Like Christ in the Local Church Philippians 2:5
and others
Apr 1 5 The Fundamental Ingredient of Fellowship  
Apr 8 6

Cultivating Fellowship 

Apr 15 7  An Eyewitness Account of True Fellowship 


Apr 22 8  Members of One Another     
Apr 29 9 Implications for Us and Our Fellowship    
May 6 10 Why We Share / Why We Fellowship    
May 13 11 How We Fellowship  


May 20 12 Necessary Conditions for Mutual Fellowship     
May 27  13  What Have We Learned and Put into Practice?     


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