January 13, Unity in Worship if Not in Doctrine

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When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord, will I seek.
—Psalm 27:8
Christianity is rarely found pure. Apart from Christ and His inspired apostles probably no believer or company of believers in the history of the world has ever held the truth in total purity.
One great saint believed that the truth is so vast and mighty that no one is capable of taking it all in, and that it requires the whole company of ransomed souls properly to reflect the whole body of revealed truth….
The Spirit always says the same thing to whomsoever He speaks and altogether without regard to passing doctrinal emphases or theological vogues. He flashes the beauty of Christ upon the wondering heart, and the awed spirit receives it with a minimum of interference. BAM076-077
No single doctrinal principle is important enough to displace the Lord Jesus Christ Himself as the one name that alone should dominate His Church….It is not union but unity that God wants, and that is a matter of life and love. CTBC, Vol. 5/155
Tozer on the Holy Spirit.

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