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The Fellowship of Believers, Part 1

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Ephesians 6:21-20

A.W. Tozer said, "Has it ever occurred to you that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same fork are automatically tuned to each other? They are of one accord by being tuned, not to each other, but to another standard to which each one must individually bow. So if one hundred worshipers met together, each one looking to Christ, they are in heart nearer to each other than they could possibly be were they to become 'unity' conscious and turn their eyes away from God to strive for closer fellowship."

Leonard Ravenhill said, "I want to see something that God builds. I want to find some people so hungry for God that every night they want to pray and make intercession. We're not going to move America any other way."

In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "According to the Edinburgh World Missionary Conference, “more progress had been made in all Africa in the first decade of the twentieth century than experienced hitherto.” Between 1903 and 1910, the number of Protestants living in the African continent increased from 300,000 to 500,000. Still, the full impact of the Welsh Revival in Africa was yet to be manifest. As revived missionaries made their way to Africa, the growth rate of the African evangelical church continued to be twice that of the general population for the following half century."

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Today, we begin looking at the closing of Paul's letter to the Ephesians. In it, we learn an important lesson more by example than by instruction. Paul writes, "But that ye also may know my affairs, and how I do, Tychicus, a beloved brother and faithful minister in the Lord, shall make known to you all things..."

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