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United in Christ

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In Christ we are united in a common purpose. We are working together to build God's kingdom here on earth. So what does it look like when Christians are working in unity to achieve a common goal? And how can we overcome the things that might divide us? Find out in this message.

Points to Ponder

We are united as one

There is one head and we the church are his body

Christ united us as one when He died on the Cross

About The Series

“Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind.”

Unity amongst Christians in the church is still the greatest challenge. We claim to know God and yet do not always act in a Godly way. As Christians, we have so much more in common than we realise. We have Christ, we have God, we have Hope, we have Faith, we have the Holy Spirit. All of these makes us One, One Body united in Christ and we need to strive earnestly to demonstrate this unity and shout about it by loving one another despite our minor differences.

Resources

Read Ephesians 4:1-6

How many times does the word one appear?

Read John 15:5-8

How can you remain in the Vine?

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