21 September 2018
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Our life together matters. Pastor Oliver delves into what it means to live together as a church.

I love old hymns. Many of these past expressions of worship by the people of God carries beautiful lyrics that reflect the truths of Scriptures. The hymn, "I Serve a Risen Saviour",  speaks of the truth of the resurrected Jesus Christ and the reality of our personal relationship with Him in the midst of our daily life. It emphasises the intimate experiential side of our fellowship with God. However, our fellowship with God also has a corporate component – it is not just personal. Our personal life with God translates to our life together with other believers in the church. Our friendship with one another in the church is an essential expression of our fellowship with Jesus Christ. As a church, we have been preaching through the letter of 1 John. Even in our first few sermons, we see the apostle John teaching his beloved church that our life together matters.

The foundation for our life together:

The apostle John in his introduction to his letter (1 John 1:1-4) tells us that the proclamation of Jesus Christ results in our fellowship with God and His son Jesus Christ and with one another. The gospel message binds and unites together those that receive it. This unity we have does not just result in common gospel goals as a result of our transformation, but it also points to our spiritual union in Jesus Christ. This joining to Christ also produces in us a unity together as a body of Christ.

John tells us in...

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