by Frank Damazio

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Necessary Attitudes To Maintain Unity (3 of 3)
Series: Dynamic Effects of Spiritual Unity
Frank Damazio


This is the third message on the importance of unity in the house of God. United we stand; divided we fall. This is true in every level of society, ministry, government, business, management and home. It is also true in the church, the body of Christ. We have a mandate from Scripture that we should be a specific kind of church. In previous messages, we identified seven clear goals for our church to pursue. When we live in unity, we reflect the perfect relationship in the Godhead: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We are one in spirit, one in purpose, one in passion for the kingdom of God. If we are focused on our own private agendas, how can the kingdom flourish?

Mark Twain used to say he put a dog and a cat in a cage together as an experiment, to see if they could get along. They did, so he put in a bird, pig and goat. They, too, got along fine after a few adjustments. Then he put in a Baptist, Presbyterian, and Catholic; soon there was not a living thing left.

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." -Henry Ford

The anointing on any of us is not as powerful as the anointing on all of us. Unity helps overcome the insurmountable and reach the unachievable. Unity brings to us the power to make the impossible possible and to change dreams to reality.

The calling of every congregation is to be one that lives in harmony, working together with one heart and one soul, with a unified vision that causes us to be perfectly joined together, thus not allowing unresolved offenses to separate us, because we are one in spirit and one in purpose.

Gather together phrases:

Suffer together
Sing together
Joined together
Worship together
Stand together
Flow together
Pray together
Agree together
Planted together
Laborers together
Framed together
Quickened together
Bound together

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