Today's scripture: Colossians 2:1-5
One of the greatest gifts—among so many—about being a follower of Christ is the
fact that we're a family. Those of us who believe in and follow Christ are
brothers and sisters. What I love most about this is, no matter where you go,
you can find a whole new set of Christian "siblings."
When my husband and I relocated from Southern California in April 2015, one of
my few regrets was leaving my church and a faith-based theater I was involved
with. I knew I would miss my “family,” my brothers and sisters in Christ. But
one thing I knew; when we “landed” in Tennessee, I would find a new church home
and a new “family.” It took a few months, but I have not only found a church
home where God is revealing my “fit,” but I am also part of a small group of wonderful
women who pray for me and with whom I fellowship.
It's such a blessing! And as Paul writes, even when we're not physically with
our Christian brothers and sisters, we're still part of His family. All those
wonderful Christian friends I left behind and whom I will rarely see in person
are still my “siblings.” We are still part of the same family. I know they pray
for me and love me. As I do them.
What a wonderful gift!