A good friend of mine is a retired seminary professor. We would get together with some friends weekly to have a fellowship meal and talk. They met at a local Mexican restaurant and one of the topics of discussion was the things of God. I have attended one of those fellowship meals and enjoyed the discussions. Thinking about their weekly meetings reminded me of something in the Bible. How and when does God meet with man. God met and talked to Adam and then Eve, (Genesis 3:8-13) and later on He met with different men and women. Eventually He chose special people, Moses, others and the Angel of the Lord to communicate His words or commands, (Genesis 22:11&12, Exodus 3:4-6). Not only did God want particularly chosen people to speak for Him but he wanted a special place that He could meet with people. God had His people construct a very special tent or tabernacle for a meeting place, (Hebrews 8:5). God would be there and speak to the people, (Exodus 29:42, 33:7). Now God meets with people in other places and He can meet and communicate with us anywhere, anytime. But God also meets with people who seek Him in groups and it can be as few as two or three, (Matthew 18:20). One very special way God has chosen to meet with us is through Jesus Christ, (Hebrews 9:11&12). See you in Church next Sunday.