. . . not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together . . . but exhorting one
another, and so much more as you see the Day approaching.
One of the purposes of the Company of the Committed is gathering with faithful believers and viewing the world system from God’s perspective. This is why communal prayer is so important and a time of studying the Scriptures proves to be so invaluable. Moreover, the singing of church hymns forges our theology and embeds solid doctrine into the fiber of our souls. The significance of fellowship encourages the faith. Upon re-engaging, we can then say something meaningful from the Lord to our godless culture.