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Sermons about Unity
It doesn't matter what kind of group - spors team, nation, family, the church. Groups rise and fall on the issue of unity. So many churches are torn apart by discord and disunity. Listen as pastor Jody Sledge challenges to hear Paul's call for a unified church and helps us to see that unity is something Christ has already given us.
In the second of our five-week series on The Church, we are out to discover what it means to be the body of Christ in a broken world. Jesus gave up his body that we might become his body of unity, of maturity, and of love.
The High Calling of the Gospel 1. To Embrace a Christ-centered Unity: through the obedience of faith 2. That We may Glorify God: through one united-voice in Christ Welcome One Another in Christ 1. Through Prayer and God’s Power: as we feed upon Holy Scripture 2. Through Faith in our Lord Jesus: as we follow Christ’s example
1. Welcome Believers who are Weak in the Faith: and do not judge one another. 2. Serve Our Lord Jesus Christ to whom we belong: in light of the Kingdom of God. 3. Walk in Love and Live by Faith: Building each other up, not causing each other to stumble
Union with Christ is the basis for life within the church. As we are united with Christ we are to be united with other members of Christ's body. The Christian body should demonstrate mutual dependence, interdependence and building up of one another.
Saul can be considered the Osama ben Laden of his day, he hated Jesus and the church and hunted down and voted to kill Christians. But as he neared the ancient city, he discovered that God had other plans for him. As Saul traveled to Damascus he was confronted by the risen Christ and brought face to face with the truth of the Good News.
The Power of Agreement by Minister Kristine DeMara
Our Identity in Christ is one of the most formative aspects of Union with Christ. When we grasp our identity in Christ we are personally apprehending the incredible truths that our Union with Christ brings. In this passage Paul highlights four key aspects of our identity with Christ; strength, ability, filling and unity,
What does Christian unity mean for the church, especially when it is so diverse? Ephesians has the answer for us.