Marks of a Disciple: Fellowship

Acts 2:46‭-‬47 NKJV
So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved.
The church is one body with Christ as the head. This means that we are all connected as one receiving direction from one head who is Christ. There is nothing like the lone ranger Christian.
A true disciple of Jesus is part of a fellowship.
The early Christians in the book of Acts met daily, not just on Sunday morning. This they did in the temple and from house to house and the Lord added daily to their number those who were being saved.
Temple and house to house indicates two types of fellowship and both are important. A larger fellowship in the temple and a smaller fellowship in the home where we can get more personal share a meal and share life.
Jesus ministered to the multitudes but he also had a more intimate time with his 12 where they shared meals and life. It was in this smaller fellowships that he taught them corrected them and challenged them to grow. It was in the smaller fellowships that their mindsets were changed and they became disciples of Jesus.
We must be part of a fellowship because it is here that we are taught and also get opportunity to teach. It is in fellowships that we discover and learn to use the gifts of the Spirit to minister one to another. It is in fellowships that we give and receive love, it is here that we learn to love God and our neighbour.
Just like a lone log will not burn for long, so it is with a lone ranger Christian, we need to be in a fellowship because then we are able to burn brighter.