Although track is awarded as an individual sport, the runner still uses a push from the other runners to reach the common goal. Every runner desires to finish the race. That’s the common goal; but the ultimate goal is finish in first place.
Distance runners use the pace pushers to preserve stamina so they have a “kick” left to endure to the end.
Although our journey through life is an individual walk, we need each other to push us into our purpose. We cannot do this alone. We need each other. No successful business can claim success through a Lone Ranger. In fact, the Lone Ranger had Tonto to ride with him.
In Christ, we need one another. Encourage one when the other feels alone. Keep one another accountable when the other begins making decisions that are contrary to the word of God. Pray for one another when the other feels disconnected.
A true sister or brother demonstrates concern and does not desire to see their siblings fail- regardless of how many times they have argued, disagreed, or fought.
There’s a great need in the world for more genuine, unselfish affection, compassion, and concern for others. This walk with God is a brotherhood and sisterhood that transcends blood relations, race, age, or nationality. We are the offspring of the Creator. We share a divine parent with our brother, Jesus Christ. Oh God. When one succeeds, we all succeed, because we are upholding our Father’s legacy- HIS Kingdom.
Let us come together to represent our Father well, so that He may be proud to call us His children.
“Look after each other so that none of you fails to receive the grace of God. Watch out that no poisonous root of bitterness grows up to trouble you, corrupting many.” Hebrews 12:15 NLT
4 thoughts on “I Need You!”
I thank god for unity had it not been for gods ppl praying , having. Genuin. Concern for my soul I know !!!! I wouldn’t. Be here thank god, thank Jesus ,for unity house of prayer and everyone. Who push , prayed,and taught. Me the way to Christ!!!!! Im screaming!!!!!!!
Yes yes yes!!!!!!!!!
Thanks sissy! So true.