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A Small World – Season Three (A Few Good Men) #5


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“So, how did you find today’s fellowship?” Ope asked Nomnso.

They were seated inside the restaurant of Southern Sun’s hotel, in Ikoyi, and were enjoying their famous Sunday brunch.  They’d all been to serve themselves their first course and the ladies had just returned with their plates.  Kemi looked at her brother-in-law, a little nervous.  She knew he was still trying to suss Nomnso out.

“Oh, I loved it.  It’s not what I’ve been used to, but it’s so simple and refreshing.  Do they do that every week?”

Ope nodded.  “Usually.  We try to let the Holy Spirit lead the fellowship and the worship.”

“Yes, and don’t you love how everyone is given a chance to contribute, and how it’s done so orderly?  It’s the same way the early disciples held their meetings,” Promise said.

Kemi smiled.  “Yes, I do.  I also noticed that everyone calls everyone Brother or Sister, no matter their leadership position.  That’s really cool!”

Ope smiled.  “Yes, it is.  It’s in obedience to Jesus, who taught us, in Matthew 23, that we are all brothers and sisters, and none of us should be called or call others by titles, such as Father, Teacher, Master etc.  The Fellowship is really trying…

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