Separations, in some degree or another, are often necessary but are not the end of unity.
I love Hagar. She’s my favorite woman in the Old Testament. It’s not because she did anything particularly amazing, but of all the names that are given to God, hers is my favorite. She was Sarai’s Egyptian handmaid and bore Ishmael, Abram’s first son. When she fled from Sarai, an Angel of the Lord came... Continue Reading →
When love is present, common goals can be found and plans agreed upon that respect and utilize differences. Such is the foundation of unity.
We all make assumptions and jump to conclusions without realizing it. Seeking unity with others can help us recognize what we can’t see on our own.
Submissive unity with God is not an erasure of ourselves, it is a part of finding and strengthening ourselves.
To be united with God is possible. Seek His will and He will teach it to you, and to see His will is to love it as your own.