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What Does True Unity Look Like?
It has been great in recent months to see a fresh move among some of the ministers in our area as we come together weekly for prayer for one another, our congregations and community.  We are in the beginning stages we believe of learning what God's idea of unity should really look like.  Jesus prayed in John 17 "I in them and You in Me, that they may be perfected in unity, so that the world may know that You sent Me, and loved them, even as You have loved Me."  Here we are 2000 years later and the Body of Christ is still plagued with divisions that fall within such categories as: territorialism, denominationalism, prejudice just to name a few.  My question is this:  What would happen if the Church (Body of Christ) got angry enough to declare that the harvest was too big a task for us individually?  What could we (His Church) accomplish for our communities if we decided to come together and agree on the essentials to salvation and allow the non-essentials not to bring division but to remain respected between us?  It is so exciting to see that at least here in our community we are sensing a glimmer of expectancy as we are learning to pray together, work together and worship together.  It is hard work, but one in which we know from Scripture that the Lord desires.  Let our hearts cry out just as Habakkuk's did, ""Lord, I have heard of Your fame; I stand in awe of your deeds, O Lord.  Renew them in our day, in our time make them known."
 
Fresh Bread

Which one of us does not like the smell of fresh bread as it is baking?  Whether you use one of those new bread making machines or do it the old-fashioned way, when that bread is about ready to come out of the oven, people begin gathering in the kitchen eagerly anticipating receiving their portion, slathered with butter.  So, it should be in the church.  Jesus said, “I am the bread of life.  He who comes to Me shall never hunger....“ (John 6:35)

When God shows up in a church, I believe that the people from everywhere will gather, eagerly anticipating His Provision for their lives.  There are men, women, young people today that are searching our churches to find that “fresh bread”, but so often all they find are the crumbs of yesterday’s bread.

It is my prayer, that we will strive to continue to rely on the truths of God’s Word and the heritage that we hold so dear to spur us on to make our church a place where the aroma of “fresh bread” is spilling out into the streets.  We do this by daily renewing our commitment, our vision and our lives on the altar so that Jesus works through you and me, unhindered to reach the lost and hurting world around us.

 
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