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A Symphony of Believers

When a person sings, the performer must have an accompanist. It feels “off” when they are singing by themselves. Likewise, every instrument must be accompanied by another. Pianists seemingly get away with solo performances, but the single melody is harmonized within the instrument. Singers can sing by themselves, but it’s always better with others.
This “law” is built into the cosmos of music. God made it that way. God also put this law into His creation as a whole.
“not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.” ~Hebrews 10:25.
Jesus sent out the disciples two by two. Jesus said to “love one another.” We are not meant to do things on our own. This is a hard lesson for me, but I realize its truth.
Working together enables a symphony of beautiful harmony in business, relationships, and the creative spheres. One lone voice is ok, but a choir is so much more.
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