The pied piper is often a dynamic leader who attracts others to follow his cause and ways. However, without consistency, these individuals can be abandoned, left for someone or something better. If there is no one around to inspire you, people tend to fall back into their complacent habits. Perhaps, this is where you and I fit into God’s puzzle.
The author of Hebrews is a mystery, with a few candidates, but no clear clue to unveil the actual writer. Nonetheless, this book contains essential instructions for church goers sitting in the pew. According to Hebrews 10:23-25, one another are placed into a congregation to call other believers to persevere when the going get’s tough. When a situation appears hopeless, the faithful are encouraged to be a voice of reason, uplifting disappointed souls.
King Solomon thought so highly of this concept, he suggests one another is crucial to overcoming oppression, Ecclesiastes 4:9-12.
1. One worker can motivate the other to reach their goal for the day, setting the tone for others to follow.
2. A friend can help their mate if one falls down or is tired, picking up the other to press on another day.
3. If lost, two people can endure cold temperatures together, surviving until a search and rescue team arrives.
4. Finally, alone one person can be over powered, but two soldiers can band together to defend themselves.
God designed human being to spur one another on toward love and good deeds, Hebrews 10:24. In view of this truth, Christians should be inspired to continue meeting together, holding their peers accountable, verse 25. Without another, all you’re left with is one, separated from the flock with the devil waiting to pounce, 1 Peter 5:8.
by Jay Mankus