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Topic: Our Mutual Friend (not about the book) (09/15/11)
TITLE: The Common Denominator
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Having said that, even though God’s Church family shares His Son in common each person is as unique as the next. Diversity is strengthened by our common faith in Jesus Christ. Because we stand on common ground this allows us to be ourselves. We can still be as individual as we are at the same time as being undivided, having a united front. Some of us are seeing eyes, listening ears, busy hands, beating hearts and running feet. Even though we all function differently we’re all still part of the Body of Christ; we’re all intertwined and connected to one another as we’re found in Him. Our lives are wrapped around one another, as our lives are anchored in Him.
We share in the same heart, life, and love. We’re of one body, one mind, and one Spirit. As the body of believers we’re united in heart as our mutual love for Jesus pulses through our veins. Jesus joins hearts as we hold hands under His banner that stretches across the earth. We’re brothers and sisters when we’re found in Christ Jesus. This bond cannot be broken, it forms part of our DNA, and nothing can alter this. Every single Christ-follower is united as Jesus is the common denominator.
When you walk through the Gates of Heaven and along the Golden Streets you will see people from every tribe and nation. People of different ages, languages, and skin colour will be there. This shared love stretches as far as the eye can see, and further still. This love wings itself around the world, and stands as far as one side of Heaven is from the other. As many people who catch this Love own a sense of community as well. This diverse group of people is held together by one Person: Jesus Christ. Everyone who holds themselves to the Name shares not only in Jesus but in Life with a capital L. Jesus is nothing short of our Mutual Friend, for eternal life.
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