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Thought for February 2022

“And now, dear lady, I am not writing you a new command but one we have had from the beginning.I ask that we love one another ...Anyone who runs ahead and does not continue in the teaching of Christ does not have God; whoever continues in the teaching has both the Father and the Son”

2 John, 5 v 9

The allure of the new captivates our human attention, particularly in the rich West: new models of technology, new software updates, new books, clothes and ideas. This enchantment can infect the church too, with the expectation of new insights from preachers or teachers, the attraction of a new church plant or a new initiative for witness. None of these things are inherently bad, but they can lead us to a dissatisfaction with the tried-and-tested, the old and the familiar. John sees this with incisive clarity: there is no need of a new command that will make the life of discipleship more exciting and thrilling, there is no need of innovation in faithfulness. what is needed is a steady walking in the command to love, a remaining or abiding in Jesus Christ and his love commandment. To exceed this is to lose the most important thing.

May you continue to live and walk in love, and know the joy of fellowship with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit that comes with it.

Yours in Christ, The Müllers Prayer Team


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