Worship is first about God. We are to praise Him; to see Him and exult in what we see. But we are also placed in the church by God to use our spiritual gifts. Do you come to church to use your spiritual gifts? Are you looking for people to whom you can minister? A lonely person who needs conversation? A lost person who needs to be pointed to the Savior or called to repentance? An unruly person who needs to be admonished, a feeble hearted person who needs to be comforted, a weak person who needs to be helped? All of that begins with ‘Greeting all the brethren.’ See how I Thessalonians 5:26 teaches us that our love for the brethren should be all inclusive, intentional, and intimate.
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