Imagine a world where we all sacrificed to make sure everyone’s needs were met. A world where people did not take advantage of one another. The greatest example of unity and love came from Jesus. He was able to show compassion to everyone. Even his closest companions denied him, betrayed him, and doubted him. The early disciples had a spirit of unity. They went the extra mile to make sure their brothers and sisters were good. We need to imitate Jesus and the early disciples. I’ve abandoned friends over minor arguments or disagreements, and friends have done the same to me. The lost of the friendships created a great wall of hurt and disappointment. Let’s break through walls with a forgiving heart. Imagine all the things we could accomplish through love if we stay united. Let’s learn how to love so we can learn unity. Unity is better. Acts 4:32-37


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