From Doug and Debbie Krieger – to Henry and others listening in . . .
Denominational differences are hindrances to the oneness of believers
Apostle Paul oftentimes referred to other ministers in his days as his
partners or colaborers.
The advent of Christianity in Africa brought a partial end to idolatry in the continent. While people still practice traditional religion, it is believed that a large number of people have been delivered from the worship of idols.
No denomination is special. No group of believers is superior. Every believer is equally a child of God.
Some believers are of the opinion that Christian unity is unrealistic in this age. 'When we get to heaven, we will be one, ' they would say.
'Brethren, if we are in the presence of God let us respect Him. How can we be reading the scripture and be sitting down? '
One of the most ironic things happening in Christianity today is that believers are fighting one another over the faith rather than fighting together for the faith.