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2 Let every one of us please his neighbour for his good to edification.
It is far more important at such a time as this to establish truth-believers than to contradict errorists.
The Christadelphian Dec 1896
13 Now the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that ye may abound in hope, through the power of the holy spirit.
We need God's help and guidance every moment: in everything we do, in every step we take -- however simple or trivial. This is the whole secret of life.
Without this, we do not have a chance. Without this, we are just blind, perishing animals, bumbling out our sad, brief, faceless existence to death and oblivion. Train yourself to keep God in the very forefront of your mind at ALL times. Let Him totally dominate your thoughts. Making pleasing Him your only motive and desire.
Keep pulling your mind back to this, over and over. It will wander, for we are all, and will always be, very much children -- but never give up forcing it back. Don't worry over the failures: we can't change anything that's past. Just keep concentrating on the effort. This is reality. This is living. This alone is joy and peace
Bro Growcott - Search Me O God
30 Now I beseech you, brethren, for the Lord Jesus Christ's sake, and for the love of the Spirit, that ye strive together with me in your prayers to God for me;
The Name "Christadelphian."
In the same way, "Christian" has become inexpressive, as the definition of a true believer. A Christian, in the first century, was one who received the doctrine of Christ as apostolically expounded, and who made the commandments of Christ the rule of his life.
In our day, it means an inhabitant of Christendom, without reference to individual faith or practice. We escape this confusion by adopting another name, which Jesus applied to his disciples. He called them "My brethren" (Jno. xx 17; Heb. ii 11) -- therefore, brethren of Christ.
As the English form of this name would be acknowledged by thousands who do not fulfil its conditions, it is convenient to accept it in its Greek form (Anglicised) -- CHRISTADELPHIAN -- which none will own to but those who endorse its implied testimony, that no one belongs to Christ who does not believe the Gospel of the Kingdom, and obey the commandments of Christ.
The Ecclesial Guide