Make Every Effort

Series: Unity

Make Every Effort

March 12, 2023 | Jake Mills

Living for Jesus means living in unity (Ephesians 4:1-6). Unity is not based on who we are or what we do, nor is it based on a code, cause, political platform, or preference. Unity is based on the salvation we have received through Jesus, that we bear His name and are a part of His family. And because of this reality, unity is not something we create. It is something we maintain and guard so that we do not lose it. And unity is not uniformity, nor is it an enemy of diversity. Rather, unity in Christ celebrates our differences, and it welcomes all regardless of their background, abilities, giftings, or history. He is the unity in our diversity. Unity fights against selfishness and is protected by humility, gentleness, patience, and loving endurance. The world will know that we are Jesus followers by our love for one another and our unity.

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Make Every Effort 

Text: Ephesians 4; John 17; John 13

Living for  means living in  Unity is worth    

True unity isn't based on who  are and what  do, but on who  is and what  done.

Unity is not something we  Its something we  

Unity is not  

Unity and diversity are not  

 is the unity in our  

Differences and diversity? These are not unity-killers. Unity is killed by  

Unity is protected by   and  

Unity is protected by   and    

What if the unity we long for out there is dependent on unity being   in here?

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