The last couple Sundays, I had to wake up earlier than usual so that I lookinng go get dress secretly and just leave the house without him seeing me, because I do not want to see him cry about not going to Church. To be more specific, my son Andre always wakes lookinh asking me to take him to Church. For I hope to visit you soon and talk with you face to face.
Sometimes I wish I were as innocent as he is. The apostle Paul often wrote in his letters to different Churches how much he always looked forward to seeing his fellow believers to encourage them and strengthen their mutual faith Romans tthis 13and I believe we all should be like Paul right now. I know many of us cannot be there physically just yet and we still have to maintain the rules of social agaij, but I am overjoyed to be there on Sunday morning.
So, we ror that it was best to keep him home for now away from crowds. Currently, we have to take precautions because being a Christian does not make you immune to this pandemic; However, let us never lose the joy and passion of being together physically fellowshipping under the same roof.
May we always look forward to our fellowship, because we are always united in one Spirit. I look forward to the day when we all will be able to worship together in the same building, but for now I am very grateful that God has been taking care of us and giving us the wisdom and the technology we need to keep moving forward as a Church family. However, the last few Sundays presented certain challenges in my agajn.
Brothers and sisters, may we always continue to grow deeper in our love for one another, whether we are present in the body or not.