TEXT: Ephesians 4:3-6
J.C. Ryle said, "We have the truth and we need not be afraid to say so."
Leonard Ravenhill said, "I'd rather have ten people that want God than 10,000 people who want to play church. I want to see the glory of God come so our young people don't have to be told to go to church, but they just long to get to the sanctuary where God's presence resides."
In their book, The Ten Greatest Revivals Ever, Elmer Towns and Douglas Porter share with us: "By the end of the Revolutionary War, only sixty Methodist chapels had been built, but the circuit-riding preachers used cabins, inns, schools—any place to preach the gospel. With time, each preaching point built a chapel, giving stability and influence to the Methodist movement. By the mid 1800s, it had become the largest Protestant denomination in America."
We ought to strive to maintain unity in the body of Christ because we have one God who is the Father of us all. Someone once said, "Christians at war with each o