Topical Index – 1500 Principles
FELLOWSHIP (See CHURCH, FUNCTIONS)
Genesis; Principle #51; Gen. 33:1-11; p. 50
Godly Fellowship: We are to have close fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ so that we can have intimate fellowship with God.
Genesis; Principle #52; Gen. 33:12-17; p. 51
Honesty and Openness: After we have experienced restoration with those weve hurt, we must continue to hace open, honest relationships in order to avoid recurring problems.
Exodus; Principle #27; Ex. 21:1-23:9; p. 107
The Greatest Commandments: To evaluate the maturity of our relationship with God, we should evaluate the quality of our relationships with one another.
1 Kings; Principle #33; 1 Kg. 19:19-21; p. 463
Companionship: All of us should have close companions who share our passion and vision for doing the will of God.
2 Kings; Principle #17; 2 Ch 24:17; p. 490
Finishing Well: To finish our spiritual journey well, we should maintain proper relationships with mature Christians who will help us keep our focus on the Lord Jesus Christ.
Psalm; Principle #15; Ps 15; p. 707
Imitating Jesus Christ: To have intimate fellowship with God, we must become more and more like Jesus Christ in the way we live.
Psalm; Principle #76; Ps 80; p. 766
Abiding in Christ: We must live in close fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ, drawing our strength from Him.
Jeremiah; Principle #11; Jer. 7:1-15; p. 998
A Form of Godliness: We must not defile the church by having close fellowship with people who claim to be Christians but who persistently live out of harmony with God's will.
Zechariah; Principle #1; Zch. 1:1-6; p. 1257
True Spirituality: We are to develop a personal and heart relationship with God, not simply an outward expression of our beliefs.
Zechariah; Principle #7; Zch. 8:1-23; p. 1263
Vital Relationships: We are to live in proper relationship with our fellow believers so we will have joyful and fulfilling relationships with God.
1 John; Principle #13; 1 Jn. 4:15-19; p. 1766
Our Heavenly Father: Though God is holy and absolutely righteous, more and more we are to relate to Him without fear as our loving heavenly Father.
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