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Sunday, January 24, 2010

"We are One In the Spirit" ~ Jason Upton & Kent Henry ~ Worship in Song

The following is from the YouTube information:

Blogging: Love is Love; without fear. There is much division in the world and the Church has adopted a the spirit of division like a tornado trying to separate us from the love of God and the love of "true fellowship" with others as if it was their job to divide. Ha! Ha! I laugh at that kind of spirit that separates.

Call me crazy and you can kick me and Jesus out of your Church if you like... but I see no reason why straight believers, gay believers, ex-gay believers, ex-ex-gay believers... why they can't just all live in honestly, come together in the same churches, worship God as one God. I believe it was said like this "Hear (and open your ears) oh Israel (believers), the Lord your God is one God." And it the phrase ended in the final resolution by saying, "hallelujah". And I take that as a command to come together and worship as one.

The truth is just that simple to understand; Ha!, Ha! Tornados that separate... Ha! Ha! You've come to the water.


Tom Bailey said...

It is tough for people with very different ways of thinking to be around eachother. This is not just in religion it is in a large number of things... I hang around vegans it is tough for them to be around meat eatters, I have been around people that are wealthy and they have a hard time being around people that are not successful for extended periods of time.

Birds of a feather flock together?

Kindest regards,
Tom Bailey

Clueless said...

Yes, birds of a feather flock together and it is tough. Yet, I also think of Jesus dining with those who were different. I also think about animals who adopt another species, feed, wean and are maternally attached. Acceptance of people who are different than I am enriches my life...some are not able or willing to do that with me...there is still judgement. There is at least one in the bunch that is "difficult."

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