In Psalm 133, the psalmist writes, “How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!”
On the night before He was crucified, our Lord prayed that we be one (John 17).
One of the purposes of writing Why Your History Matters was to allow Christians to have a basic understanding of the common heritage we share with fellow believers. All Christians should be able to trace their spiritual heritage back to Christ. Our common heritage should unite us, realizing that the enemy, Satan, is persistent and will do anything to disrupt the unity of the believers. Christians should embrace their history, across denominational lines, and be in prayer for each other to reach the world for Christ. We must be in prayer for the lost, our fellow churches, and remember that one church does not “win” when other churches fail.