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The Fellowship of Believers, Part 7

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Ephesians 6:21-24

Charles H. Brent said, "To be able to look into God's face, and know with the knowledge of faith that there is nothing between the soul and Him, is to experience the fullest peace the soul can know. Whatever else pardon may be, it is above all things admission into full fellowship with God."

Leonard Ravenhill said, "When you go out of a church service and say, 'I didn't get much out of that meeting,' that's not the point. How much did God get out of it? Did He get worshipped? Did He get adoration? Our only business on earth is to glorify God."

In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "Jenkins’ New Quay Church was among the first stirred by a touch of revival. The pastor had organized a special conference in January 1904, in which many in his church had begun experiencing personal revival. The spirit of revival continued under the preaching of Seth Joshua. Later that year, Joshua preached in the town of Blaenannerch. During his meetings there, students from the nearby Methodist Academy attended."

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We are continuing to look at the power of peace which should be present in the lives of all believers. We have already seen how it should be apparent in a Christian's personal life, in Christian families, and in the local church.

Today, we are going to look at the virtue of peace as it should be evident in how the Christian interacts with the world.

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