Embracing Proximity, Part 3: Fellowship

We need each other. In fact, we were made to need each other. From the opening passages of the Bible, “It is not good for the man to be alone,” to the Psalms, “Look at how good and pleasing it is when families live together as one!” to the letters in the New Testament “Submit to each other out of respect for Christ.” Proximity to one another is God’s intention for humanity.

I pray you find time this weekend to increase your proximity to those you love.

Grace and peace,

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About Brook Fonceca

I’m a coffee snob, theology nerd, missio Dei tag-along, husband of Autumn, father of five, associate pastor, and acoustic guitar hack. The articles on this blog are some of my thoughts on God, church, theology, spirituality, and at times, coffee. The posts usually arrive in the form of newsletter devotionals.

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