August, 2014

“O Lord, you have searched me and known me! You know when I sit and when I rise; you discern my thoughts from afar. (Psalm 139:1-2 ESV).

Constant FellowshipPastorKeith

When Christians gather together in an assembly; does that necessarily make it a Christian assembly? The only thing that makes it a Christian assembly is that God is there in the midst.

If you put two creatures in the same room they may be miles apart in similarity. If it were possible (which it is not)  to put an angel and an ape in the same room, there would be no compatibility, no communion, no understanding, no friendship; they would be miles apart from each other even though they are in the same room.

On any given Sunday morning, if a nonbeliever comes to church and sits in the same pew as a believer, they are miles apart as spiritual things are concerned. There is no fellowship. The core of Christian fellowship is the fact that God is present, but more than that, we actually experience the presence of God in our midst. An unsaved person can never experience that, but it should be the constant experience of the Christian.

As we continue this conscious attempt to “live the life” unto Christ; may we forever be in constant fellowship with Him.


In His service,

Keith L. Bagwell