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     Our 2020 Fall Meeting will be November 1-4, 2020

                                       Lessons Presented by Ken Weliever

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Believers are called to do more that just believe. We are called to belong. To Christ. And
to one another.
There are 59 “one another” exhortations in the New Testament that call us to action and
encourage to actually engage positively in our relationships.
This meeting will explore some of those commands, and seek to motivate and inspire us to
greater faithfulness and deeper devotion in our fellowship.

Sun. AM: Belonging To One Another
This keynote lesson introduces our theme for the week based on Romans 12:5. “So we who
are many are one body in Christ, and individually we are members who belong to one
another.” This lesson will ask and answer three questions: How do we belong? What does
it mean to belong? And why do we belong to one another?

Sun. PM Encourage one another
The Bible exhorts, “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in
fact you are doing.” (1 Thess. 5:11). This lesson will identify those who need
encouragement. And address specific ways in which we lift up and embolden our fellow
Believers.

Mon: Forgive one another
As God’s elect people, we are called to “bear with one another” and “forgive one another”
(Col. 3:13). But that’s easier said than done. This lesson offers a Biblical perspective to
help us, and some concrete suggestions that work, if we apply them.

Tues: Accept One another
The Father desires that we receive others in the same way as he receives us. The Bible
exhorts, “Therefore, accept one another, just as Christ also accepted us to the glory of God.”
(Rom. 5:7). In an culture where so many feel unloved, unappreciated, and unaccepted, this
is a must lesson to hear. We expect to leave changed. And challenged.

Wed: Love One another.
In the shadow of the cross Jesus issued this challenge to the disciples, “A new
commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also
love one another (Jn 13:34). We know we should, but often fall short. This lesson will look
at love from the viewpoint of other “one another” commands and will offer specific steps and
practical applications.