Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Unity, Part II

  • Psalm 133
  • Ephesians 4:1-10

    From these passages, it looks like harmony in diversity is a big part of being united in Christ. Being different, or at least bringing a different perspective and set of life-experiences to the conversation together, might be a part of the way we are put together as the Body in the first place. When "iron sharpens iron", it's important to note that either "iron" can sharpen the "other iron", because each person has a piece of the mystery that others need to hear, to have, to process.

    I need to research a bit more on being like-minded, "having this same mind in you", being of the same mind. Are we looking for an agreement on certain truths, or a shared mindset towards Truth? Is there a difference, or is it just me?


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