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The Lord will remember his covenant for ever.--Psalm 111:5
Mass readings: Galatians 3:7-14 / Luke 11:15-26
''United we stand; divided we fall!'' This powerful and popular expression has been used on numerous occasions by nations, groups, and various institutions. The words speak of the power and permanence found in a united cause. Paul and Jesus both faced opposition because their words raised questions and generated opposition. Thus, both call for unity, stating that this is necessary for the message to be heard and have an impact.
Too often today people are divided on various issues and policies; they make little effort to find common ground. Unity doesn't mean uniformity. There will always be differences of opinion. But we must seek the common ground for the good of all. This is the Lord's challenge.
Prayer: Gracious God, help me to seek unity with my brothers and sisters in Christ.
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