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10/07/2016

Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Psalms – 201

Filed under: Spiritual Warfare School — kellporten @ 16:31

Scripture:

Ps. 133:1
… Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!

Comment:

Only if we obey the Holy Spirit can there be a true unity.

There is a dividing line running through the body of Christ. It doesn’t divide between congregations or between local churches. It runs through the churches. It separates those who allow the Holy Spirit to guide them, from those who want to walk their own way.

There is a need for the unity of the Holy Spirit. That unity is between those who listen to the Holy Spirit, and do what He says. He can say one thing to a person, or a church, and something different to another. The unity comes from, doing what the Holy Spirit says, not necessarily, from doing the same thing. The Holy Spirit will, of course, never say anything that is not in line with the Word of God.

There can never be a true unity except from the truths in the Word of God. Therefore there needs to be a separation, where the false is exposed and removed.

At a conference, a speaker had proclaimed unity, and at the same time he had talked about things that were not according to the Word of God. When the next speaker entered the stage he called out, “I proclaim division in the Holy Spirit” I’m sure many didn’t understand what he meant, but he was absolutely right. The Holy Spirit divides between light and darkness, between what is right and what is false, and He does that in order to make true unity.

There is another factor that is very important for true unity. There will never be a true unity as long we allow the evil spiritual world to act. The sooner we believers come together and fight against our common enemy, instead of each other, the sooner we will see the unity we long for.

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