1st sermon from the 2017 Fellowship Conference.
As a believer maintaining unity in your church should be a priority. However, there are some in the church who are divisive, and a critic of every little thing that comes along because it is not what they would choose or prefer. There are also some who easily get offended at something and they won’t let it go. They let it fester in their mind and heart and it alienates them from their pastors. Then their heart drifts away from a love for those in their church. They still come to the meetings, at least they are there outwardly, but it won’t be long until they are gone; or until they create a stink and a mess in the church.
Ask yourself: Is your relationship right with everyone who is in your church? We must make sure that it is because we cannot worship God and walk with God if we are not right with His other children. Don’t try to live out the Christian life while having broken relationships with those in your church.
As King David said in Psalm 133:1, “Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity!”