The Christian community should not feel divided. While disagreements among Christians can (and will!) occur, and no Christian is immune to the need for correction, these ought to happen within the context of an unbreakable allegiance of spirit.
In the first century, such unity developed between the most unlikely groups: Israelites and Gentiles. Neither of these had a natural affinity toward the other, and in some ways, each were taught to despise the other. Yet, they became family. This week, we’ll look at what brought them together, and how it can unite us as well.