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The Necessity for Unity & Love
Our unity is an answer to Jesus’s prayer.
Our Love for one another is an answer to his command.
The end result is our success on Earth and
A rich inheritance in the kingdom of God.
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We must understand to unify with him, means to unify with his body.
His body is the church
His body is the church.
It is so important for us to be unified with Christ for us to be successful in life.
Without Christ, we will fail here and lose our souls.
We must therefore learn to be unified with him by being unified with his body the church.
This means being one with each other.
1Jn 5:
God’s Word is clear Love and unity is a priority!
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Jn 15
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