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Rebecca Hagelin

It’s time for Christians to come together, embrace call of unity

Yet, Scripture calls for the unity of believers throughout the New Testament. In John, Chapter 17 we are admonished not to live in isolation from other Christians. Romans, Chapter 12 tells us that unity includes sharing each other’s joys and burdens. First Corinthians, Chapter 1 implores us to seek unity in all essentials of the faith.

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