The apostles performed many signs and wonders among the people. They would come together regularly at Solomon’s Porch. No one from outside the church dared to join them, even though the people spoke highly of them. Indeed, more and more believers in the Lord, large numbers of both men and women, were added to the church. As a result, they would even bring the sick out into the main streets and lay them on cots and mats so that at least Peter’s shadow could fall on some of them as he passed by. Even large numbers of persons from towns around Jerusalem would gather, bringing the sick and those harassed by unclean spirits. Everyone was healed. (Acts 5:12-16, CEB)
The apostles would gather regularly. And as believers grew in number more and more would bring those needing healing to the place where the apostles were and everyone was healed.
Do you gather regularly with other believers?
Do you make the space and time to be in the presence of those who follow Jesus?
We need this. Not just for ourselves, but for the community.
Our gathering as believers is Loving Out Loud.
Loving People. Loving God.