And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds.
With the wickedness in the world, we do not have time nor the energy to waste spreading anything but love. We are the light of this world. We are a city on a hill. We are the people which the world turns to in times of need. This is important to know. We cannot be lead by what we see or how we perceive a person. We must be lead by the Spirit of God.
We look at a person's countenance and believe they are not paying attention or we cannot minister to them. We must look past the hardness of a person and look at the hurting hearts of mankind. We must continue to spread love and minister God's good news.
Our duty is to provoke each other to doing good works. We come together and congregate in "services" around the globe. We should actually be bringing a word, a song, an encouragement to someone walking through the same doors that we walk through and serving in the needs of the people. The minister is not the sole person responsible for the lives in the church. We are family and God has directed us to be constant in well doing and do not faint in our ministry of reconciliation.