One Body, One Spirit, One Hope
The Unity of the Spirit
Are Church Denominations Divisive or Necessary?
Christian Unity: The Practice of Our Unity (Part 2)
Relationship Fallouts and What to Do About Them
Do You Love Christians Who You Disagree With?
Preserving Unity Through Love
The Urgent Priority of Unity (Part 5)
Wisdom to Preserve Unity (Part 4)
Character of the Unity of the Church (Part 2)
Purpose of the Unity of the Church (Part 1)
What Mindset Promotes Unity in the Local Church?
Maintaining Unity in Your Church
Paul’s Struggle for the Unity of the Saints
The Love Behind Church Discipline
Us and Them? Black and White? Or One in Christ?
True Biblical Unity
How To Get the Most Out of Your Pastors
Obey Your Leaders
The Christian’s Love for the Blood Bought Ones
Consider Others in Order to Stir Them Up
Every Relationship Right
Who Do You Really Care For?
How God Tells the Sheep to Treat the Shepherd
Maintain Unity for the Sake of the Gospel
The Christian’s Adversary: The Devil
Live in True Harmony and Unity for Christ
I trust we are of the same seed, and shall at last stand before the same throne for ever; and who knows but we shall first be tied to the same stake, and ascend up in the same chariot. Let us not then quarrel, though we can’t see alike.
You ought never to immediately send a harsh, rebuking letter or text message to someone, especially if you have written it in the heat of emotion. Let the message sit overnight. Let your passions cool, and then read the message again before you send it. This practice will save you much heartache that might otherwise spring from a hasty rashness.
To have fellowship with men who deny the truth is to deny the truth by implying that the truth does not matter.
Beloved, I think many of us think that we’re men or women, but by how we handle our differences in our local churches, we’re proving to still be children.
There are people who love those who agree with them and admire them, but have no time for those who oppose and dislike them. A Christian’s love must be universal!
Church unity comes from corporate humility.