Divisions Are Not Always Bad

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In a day where we are crying or unity at any cost, this post is so important or you to read. The God of Creation and our Redeemer does not call or unity. In fact, from the very beginning He separated light from dark, day from night, Holy from base, Clean from unclean, His people from the all others.

Yet many still cry for unity, when divisions are not always bad, and can often bring healing and revival.

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Church divisions and splits are, unfortunately, all too common in our day. In addressing the issue of church splits, GotQuestions?org states, “Church splits distress and dismay mature believers, disillusion new believers, cause havoc in the lives of pastors and their families, and bring reproach upon the name of Christ.” (Read entire article at this link.) Near the end of the article is this statement: “The causes of divisions in the church are many, but ultimately the main reason for a church split is that someone has taken his focus off of Jesus Christ and begun to use the church organization for his own ends.”

One of the definitions of unity from Dictionary.com is “oneness of mind, feeling, etc., as among a number of persons; concord, harmony, or agreement; absence of diversity; unvaried or uniform character.” The Bible states the importance of unity within the fellowship of believers…

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