Preference of Faith

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Preference of Faith

Paul's writing to the Church in Roman province of Galatia deals with people identified as Celtic, who are very tribal and community minded. The Gospel spread throughout the world by witnesses who were mainly Jewish and then converted Gentiles. The Roman practice of conquering the world included their tradition of bringing and adopting culture wherever they went. Some cultures were not open to accepting others, so in this verse, we extract the need for hospitality, especially to the faithful to Christ.


When we exhibit hospitality, it is an act of kindness to someone that is unbeknownst to us and unfamiliar, especially in social actions. In Galatians 6:8, Paul talks about sowing to the flesh and sowing to the Spirit. We should be inclined to show first our hospitality to reap everlasting Life. Christians should be able to recognize each other and respect each other with the harmony of the Spirit of Christ. Can you find someone to uplift in the Body of Christ today?


Galatians 6:10

As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith.


God My Helper, Elohim Ozer Li (Psalm 54:4); we thank You for the development of Christian culture where we share in the Body of Christ. We praise You for the Love of Jesus that spreads throughout this world by the witness of us who are of the household of Faith. We decree and declare blessings upon those who by Faith show acts of Kindness, especially to the Faithful, so that; those who sow to the Spirit will reap everlasting Life. Now, for the sake of the Kingdom and the Glory of God, we petition, with anointing in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior, Amen.


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