Most people get tangled with the stresses they encounter in their lives that they fail to worship and seek God. Today, fellowship is very important in the lives of most if not all people. At any time of the day, you can always make time for fellowship with others who seem ordinary in your life at first. Usually, these circumstances that can change the lives of many people happen between unknowing people with the same faith. During these unexpected meet-ups, you share some food as well as some conversation with random people. Little do you realize that you are now tearing up and laughing with these seemingly unknown people to you as the hours pass by. You end up sharing some excitement about God and what He can do through and in you.
As the days go by that you see the same people in the church and form a fellowship with them, you treat them more than your friends but now, your family. Being in fellowship does not mean that you have to always be similar with the others. If you get to know the people in your fellowship, some are working while some may still be studying. Despite differences, what matters most is that you want to see how God will use each one of you in terms of His plans and purpose for your life. In fellowship, no matter how difficult it is for you to be together with the others, you will come to the realize that it is more impossible to do life alone.
You can compare to this feeling with the ascension of Jesus into heaven and how the early church felt. Even if these people had differences, they all shared the same sentiments when they lost that one Person who came to unite them all. Instead of drifting apart, though, these people decided to stay together. Their devotion to bring each one close to God became visible.
Fellowship is a crucial component to worshipping God with others in the church. With life supposed to be lived in community, it is vital that you involve with other people every day. The early churchgoers were excellent in their devotion to God because they understood quite well that their lives were always meant for sharing. Seeking God consistently becomes challenging if you choose to walk your path alone. As much as possible, you must have some people with you who will be there for you during your lows and not just during your highs. Even when your days are filled with fear and darkness or your life takes a 360-degree turn, you should keep this in mind.
There will always be times that you would rather not be involved in fellowship and just be alone and work out your problems by yourself. And yet, you will learn that the only way to revive your faith is to have people who will be there to listen to your problems and believe God along with you. Fellowship ensures that you have people around who have the same faith as you to help you through.