Graham Cooke: Vigilance in relationship must become our trademark as a Christian community.

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If we put things ahead of people, we have failed. If we run away from our covenants, we have moved away from God. If we place our anointing or ministry or reputation ahead of one another, we have fallen to the wrong side of God. Vigilance in relationship must become our trademark as a Christian community.

(from God’s Keeping Power)

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