The problems of division, factions, and idolizing church leaders are not unique to our time. From the earliest days of Christianity, believers have struggled with maintaining unity and avoiding the temptation to put leaders on pedestals. In his letter to the Corinthian church, Paul seeks to address these issues by reminding them that the church belongs solely to Jesus. It is through Jesus’ death and resurrection that we are saved, it’s his name we are baptized into, and it is only through his power that the church can thrive and move forward.
How do we fight against divisiveness?
1. We remember who saves us.
2. We remember how we are saved.
<div style=”width: 100%; height: 150px;” data-tf-widget=”hweM1vMh” data-tf-opacity=”0″ data-tf-chat=”” data-tf-medium=”snippet”></div>