Daniel Bentley - Psalm 133
The dictionary defines unity as being "together" or "at one" with someone or something. The truth us, people unite over all kinds of reasons and issues and
causes, some of them good and others bad. But the Bible talks about a kind of unity that is stronger and deeper and more binding than any unity the world could produce. Consider the picture the Apostle Paul used to describe our interconnectedness: "There is one body, but it has many parts. But all its many parts make up one body." Through the cross, Jesus opened the way for us to be made right with God. He reconciled us to Himself and to one another.