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Fellowship Definition

an association of people who share common beliefs or activities;
the state of being with someone;
synonyms:society, companionship, company

Sentence Examples

All will associate in fellowship.

It will cause good fellowship between the various races.

He was striving to bring about not sedition but fellowship and peace.

Sarah Farmer established a center for the promotion of unity and fellowship between races and religions.

Darkness and ignorant fanaticism were widespread; no trace of fellowship or brotherhood existed amongst the races.

By reason of this it has been impossible for the followers of religion to meet together in fellowship and agreement.

It works for the true fellowship and unification of all mankind for it never changes and is not subject to supersedure.

We observe that the animals are susceptible to certain affiliation and fellowship, and that they exercise natural selection.

"It is a great pleasure and privilege for me to renew the bonds of fellowship and affection that have always united our hearts..."

"This eternal bond should be made secure by a firm covenant, and the intention should be to foster harmony, fellowship and unity and to attain everlasting life...."

This clearly proved that prejudice is a destroyer of the foundations of the world of humanity whereas religion was meant to be the cause of fellowship and agreement.

Therefore strive earnestly and put forth your greatest endeavor toward the accomplishment of this fellowship and the cementing of this bond of brotherhood between you.

The bond of fellowship may be racial but history proves this is not sufficiently strong, for tremendous wars have broken out between peoples of the same racial lineage.

I am straining my ears toward the East and toward the West, toward the North and toward the South, that haply I may hear the songs of love and fellowship raised in the meetings of the believers.

When we consider outcomes in the world of existence we find that peace and fellowship are factors of upbuilding and betterment whereas war and strife are the causes of destruction and disintegration.

This is a true evidence of the strong ties of fellowship so closely uniting the friends throughout the world, and of the deep affection which the believers in New-Zealand cherish for their fellow-believers in every region and clime.