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    The whole book of Philippians is just a thank-you letter from Paul for their offerings, for their financial support. We appreciate your assistance and we pray to the Lord Jesus Christ to keep you and your family and be blessed even as you consider to give.



    The term member is not used in the Bible (neither is trinity) but the concept of commitment certainly is. The word partnership is used and that is a very good way of understanding membership. In Philippians 1:5 Paul wrote, ``I thank my God for your partnership in the Gospel.`` He knew Philippi's committed people were what caused the church to succeed. Throughout the Bible believers were identified with a local church whether in Corinth, Ephesus, Colossae or other cities. One of the major themes of the Bible is commitment and there is no better way to commit than becoming a member of a church.



    The Bible says . . .

    The Philippian jailer brought Paul and Silas out of the prison and asked, ‘Sirs, what must I do to be saved’ . . . He and all his family were baptized . . . The whole family was filled with joy, because they had come to believe in God.”

    Acts 16:30-34


    The church community brings together a diversity of talent and strengths that can nourish and support us in our walk with God. Walking through the doors into a community of believers, we meet others whom to the best of their ability are:
    Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. —Ephesians 4:3, KJV
    Volunteer you time and the Lord Jesus Christ will reward you in so many ways.


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