Paul wrote many letters to churches to encourage them. Often Paul closed his letters by sharing his greetings with other Christians in that city.
In our Bible verses today, Paul sent his greetings to Priscilla and Aquila. “They were tentmakers, the same as Paul, so he stayed with them and worked with them” (Acts 18:3). In verse 5 of our Bible Reading, we learn that Priscilla and Aquila were also willing to open their home for church meetings. Verse 5a says, “Also, give greetings to the church that meets in their house.”
Many Christians today are meeting in church buildings to worship God and fellowship with other Christians. But we need to remember that the church is not a building. The church is the people who follow and obey God. Christians can meet anywhere to worship God.
Take time today to thank God for Christians around the world.