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When Church Members Fight Each Other

January 15, 2017

“As people in a church, we’re like conjoined twins,” our new Bishop said in his after-dinner talk in our District. “When we’re beating up on each other, all we’re doing’s hurting the body.”

Psalm 133:1 says, How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity.

Which group are you in today, the “hurting the body” bunch or the the live together in unity crowd?

Which would you rather be in?

What will you do today to make your choice evident?


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One Comment
  1. I am a healing part. I would rather live in the unity section and continuing to turn the other part they are beating. Continue to heal in order to be vital to the group.


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