5 Reasons You Should Help A Fallen Christian (3)

5 Reasons You Should Help A Fallen Christian (3)

Below is a conclusion of the series on how to help a wounded Christian (4) You service the covenant of Brotherhood The phrase “one another” or “each other” is used over 50 times in the New Testament. In Christian brotherhood, you are bound by a covenant that is sealed with the blood of Jesus. By this covenant, you vow – before God, before the hosts of heaven, and before the Saints on earth – to love, to hold, to cherish, to nourish, and to care for your brother and sister, even at your own loss, at your own inconvenience, and at your own detriment. By this covenant, you pledge your total allegiance – not only to the King – but also to the King’s subjects: The Brotherhood. The covenant of ‘Brotherhood’ compels you to help a brother or a sister who is wounded in battle. Duty demands it. You can’t do otherwise. If you do otherwise, you trample the treaty you signed under your feet. That’s a grave offence. And our Defence Headquarters will respond appropriately. (5) You work ‘Relational Accountability.’ I call ‘bearing the stretcher’ relational accountability. Your disposition to reviving a wounded or a fallen Christian is an expression of your Christian maturity. Pampers-wearing Christians just watch when they see people fall. They do nothing. But bone-cracking, mature

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