And let us consider how we spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another and all the more as you see the Day approaching. (Heb 10:24,25)
Sometimes we hold onto and embrace the very thing that allows us to become distant amongst those we care for the most. We may even lose value of self when we get caught in a whirlwind that may trigger emotional pain. Longing for the acceptance of others to fill voids of that pain can also disconnect us from our ability to love ourselves first. The times we spend in isolation, only prolongs our intent for true divine happiness and communing with others. Also, we mistakenly buy our way into compensating our feelings by false acts of kindness when we are truly abandoning our self worth. Lots of time and energy is spent with investing in insignificant habits that create no true emotional and spiritual return. We can all see by the series of events happening today that, the time here on earth is very limited. Evil has been running rampant and the time that matters is now. I know and trust that we are all fully capable and willing to tap into our innermost calling to remain steadfast and not lose sight of hope. The challenge is, can we assemble together in the true divine love of Christ? If we do, it is very critical and necessary for us to build and create for the sake of love and fellowship with each other. I challenge you to take advantage of your God given purpose.