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Adapted from ‘The Journey: How to Live By Faith in an Uncertain World’ by Billy Graham (W Publishing Group, 2006). Used by Permission.
God has given us to one another. One of the main tools God uses to shape us and make us more like Christ is our fellowship with other Christians. In face, unless we have active contact with other believers our spiritual lives will be stunted. The Bible says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17).
Are you connected to other people? If so, write a series of notes to some of them, thanking them for the ways they’ve “sharpened” you. If not, develop a plan for becoming connected: attending church, joining a Bible study, starting a prayer group, etc. Write about the ways in which you can begin to fellowship more with other believers.

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