Several months ago, I had a life-altering experience with the Lord. He allowed me to feel a small portion of the pain He experiences. You might be wondering what the issue might be. The issue is DIVISION. You see, Jesus has a Body. We are His Body. And the Body of Jesus is divided. I was in bed in January, and I was feeling this deep, visceral burning sensation inside of my body. It was excruciating. And I asked the Lord, "What is this?" And the Lord spoke to me and said,
"I'm giving you an idea of what it feels like to have your Body torn apart."
Friends, division in the Body of Christ is quite literally taking the Body of Jesus and tearing it apart. We can no longer allow this and just sit back and watch. That is why I'm inviting you to join us Saturday morning if you're in the Greensboro, NC area for our 2nd Annual Unity Prayer Parade. We believe this is the hour for The Church to come together around THE ONLY COMMON DENOMINATOR, Jesus Christ!!!! The Lord spoke that to me one night.
He said, "I am the common denominator."
A common denominator is a mathematical tool that allows pieces of a whole to be added together. It creates a foundation, below the dividing line of a fraction, to find commonality. The common denominator allows pieces of a something that seem incompatible to be put together as one. #AsOne is our tagline for this year's Unity Prayer Parade. We hope you can join us as we pray together and worship together as we come together under the name and presence of Jesus. I'll leave you with this stretch of scripture that might seem more vivid now that we know division is cutting the Body of Jesus apart. This passage speaks to how the Lord considers those who divide us as AN ABOMINATION.
"These six things the LORD hates, Yes, seven are an abomination to Him: A proud look, A lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood, A heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that are swift in running to evil, A false witness who speaks lies, And one who sows discord among brethren.” Proverbs 6:16-19 NKJV
May we pray for the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. God bless you,
If you're interested in attending the 2nd Annual Unity Prayer Parade, please go HERE to register.