EELeaders | Leadership Lessons Season 2 Episode 1 - The Blessings of Unity
Pastor Daniel talks about the blessings of unity among God’s people. David wrote of this blessing in Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity! (Psalm 133:1) Verses two and three of this psalm describe God’s blessing on those who practice unity. We may come from many different backgrounds and tribes like David and the 12 tribes of Israel, but God wants us to walk together in unity as one people—the body of Christ, the Church. Unity is extremely precious and valuable. Seeing the power of God work through the unity of His people is a great witness to the world of who God is. It brings glory to Him. Daniel shares some ways that local churches in Delray Beach. FL are working together in unity. How can we practice this unity that pleases God today?
“If you walk in unity with other brothers and sisters in Christ, you’re going to walk in strength.” -Daniel Williams
“Walking in unity helps us walk in God’s ways.” -Daniel Williams
“When you walk in good works and you’re doing this together, it makes a powerful statement. People see that strength and they glorify God the Father.” -Daniel Williams
“Unity brings life and nutrition to your soul.” -Daniel Williams
“Unity does not mean uniformity. We can have our own unique heritage, but we are one in Christ.” -Daniel Williams
“Be eager to maintain unity in the body of Christ. Let us learn from one another. Let us grow and develop and serve the Lord with other believers.” -Daniel Williams
One Piece of Advice | Stop Judging and Start Loving
Jim Campbell, retired pastor living in Delray Beach, FL, shares his one piece of advice that God recently spoke to his heart: The kingdom of God needs to stop judging and start loving. How can we stop judging? You can do it with the help of the Holy Spirit.
“We judge in so many different ways.” -Jim Campbell
“Can you imagine what it would be like if every human being on the earth stopped judging and started loving?” Jim Campbell
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