Fixing a Divided Church

May 9, 2014

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For as long as I have known my God, my salvation has come down to this: I was stuck in my own mistakes and mess until Jesus, the Son of God, bought me with His blood and by His grace through faith alone. I am a child of God forever.

This is the Good News, but it’s probably not new news to you. For more than 2,000 years, people have made a similar confession and placed their faith in Christ. They have walked through that door from death to life.

Yet beyond that one door, we have discovered (or erected) 100 more doors—and behind every door of doctrine or denomination there are 100 more waiting. It seems many of us have walked through thousands of doors, until we find ourselves in a very small room with a very few like-minded folks.

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  3. I loved what you said about sharing a meal together, Jennie. God meets us at the table, and though we won’t always agree, it’s hard to throw food as an adult (: and, it’s easier to love one another for the Gospel’s sake over a bowl of chili (or, Rocky Road.) Thanks.

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  4. I just love when as believers we can rally around the cross! Jesus death, burial and resurrection is the main thing. I love meeting people who can recognize, as God is humbly teaching me, to “major on the majors and minor on the minors”. When we can embrace the Gospel as a body, there is such power in that. To leave the rest aside and have our focus be Jesus is such a beautiful thing.

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