We must be willing to mourn with those that mourn, comfort those that stand in need of comfort. We should stand as witnesses of God as christian doctrines at all times and in all things.
“Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ”
We must carry sins, sorrows, troubles and tears of all mankind. From Adam and Eve to the end of the world. In this, we may have not actually sin, but we felt the pain and consequence of those who did. We did not personally experience a broken marriage, but we felt the pain and consequence of those who do. We felt the pain and consequence of those who do, and so on and on through the litany of life’s burdens and broken hearts.
God’s plan is that a Savior was promised, a Redeemer, who through our faith in Him would lift us triumphantly over those tests and trials.
The burdens all or partial, shifted from person to person but still remains. All of us carry loads of burdens our own or each others. It was and would always be a burden to make vision possible. Burdens help turn us to the Savior and His atoning grackle, to ignite to action, to lead to enlightenment as christian doctrines.
The local church is primarily a place of love. The Spirit compels us to bear the burdens of others in the church simply because they are one with us in Christ. We have opportunity, to do good to everyone, and especially those who are of the household of faith.
Our members have financial burdens through its deacons’ fund, help families through acute seasons of financial or emotional stress, and renovate living spaces for the sick or disabled. Pick people up for church, and perform countless other deeds of love.
Fellowship is not based on preferences but on the bond of the Spirit. We have wrongs to make right, truths to share, and good to do.