A call for unity within the Church

Abba…Father! What more can we say? You are majestic beyond words Lord. You are our very breath. Our very life. Our very being. You are our sustainer. Our redeemer. The rock of our salvation. WHOAH!

Come, let us unite and worship the Lord while there is still breath in our lungs. Let us call out to Him day and night. Let us make a joyful sound to the Lord and dance before the Lord God almighty in awe of his wonder.

Let us bask in His presence so that we may radiate with His love.

Let us unite for the glory of the living God.

How good and pleasant it is
when God’s people live together in unity!
It is like precious oil poured on the head,
running down on the beard,
running down on Aaron’s beard,
down on the collar of his robe.
It is as if the dew of Hermon
were falling on Mount Zion.
For there the Lord bestows his blessing,
even life forevermore.
-Psalm 133

Come forth Church! Come before the Lord in all humility and in love. Let the denominational barriers that keep us apart be shattered in the name of the Lord. Let our differences in doctrine and beliefs be broken once and for all.

What man will be able to argue his doctrines before this Holy God and be commended for it if it only brought about dissension. Who can counsel the Lord! Let us stop contaminating the things of such a magnificent God and learn His ways and His thoughts and come into His pattern of doing things.

A Father who is beyond words but never beyond reach.  A Father who is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, even when we feel like, and know we don’t deserve it.

If there be one thing that we can agree on, let it be that we are all sinners, once lost and now found. Saved only by grace, through faith in Christ Jesus not by works so no man can boast. Salvation has been freely given to each of us. Let us desecrate it no more and defame the name of the Lord no further.

Let us loosen the chains of oppression, repent and turn from the sinful desires in our hearts that keep us in bondage to a fading world and its systems.

Let us be the very fragrance of Christ to the poor and needy. To the orphans and widows. To the broken hearted and oppressed. To a lost and dying world.

Let them look upon us and see Christ in us…the hope of Glory!

Let us turn wholeheartedly toward this loving God who is slow to anger, abounding in loving kindness and He relents to send calamity upon his children.

Let us come together and glorify the Lord as one family.

Let us stand united! With one voice let us shout and glorify our God. With one voice, let us sing His praises. With one voice, let us sing the same song so the world may see us as He had willed.

The…body…of…Christ.

His Church!

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