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The Fellowship of Believers, Part 3

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Ephesians 6:21-24

Charles Spurgeon said, "The church has a deep well of joy, of which none can drink but her own children. There are stores of wine, and oil, and corn, hidden in the midst of our Jerusalem, upon which the saints of God are evermore sustained and nurtured; and sometimes we have our seasons of intense delight."

Leonard Ravenhill said, "Are we so in love with the Lord Jesus that He could ask anything of us and we'd do it? If God tells you to get up at 4:00 a.m. and intercede would you do it?"

In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "The Asuza Street church quickly became a revival center visited by Christians from around the world. The Pentecostal movement was born, and it became the fastest-growing Protestant movement of the century. In fact, religion writers in an Associated Press survey in 1999 voted the Asuza Revival as one of the hundred most important religious movements of the millennium."

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As Paul says goodbye to the Ephesian believers, for what may be the last time, we notice another trait of the man who wrote most of the New Testament. Paul had an outward focus and an intense care for the well-being of others. Paul sent Tychicus to these believers, not only so they could know his affairs, but so that he could "comfort their hearts."

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