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In life, we choose to differentiate ourselves based on groups of our choice. I am better, you are worse; I am good, you are bad; I am brilliant, you are a mediocre or dumb (stupid). There are social groups across the world, which are said to be in a state of cohesion “when its members possess bonds linking them to one another and to the group as a whole” . In reality there is a tendency of continuous disagreements in the subset of the group. The latter usually happens despite clear statutes of the group, which entail principles of what is or is not expected.

In Christianity, the same happens. Christians, sometimes behave as if we serve a multiplicity of gods. This letter, addressed to pastors (including evangelists, apostles, teachers and prophets) and their church members, demonstrates our differences in understanding the things of God. Our differences, which can be perceived as though we are not of one family serving one Master, result primarily from not asking God Himself for a clear direction.

We are NOT dry bones, of one body, which are apart from each other. We are family, we are one!
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