When a congregation becomes preoccupied with superficial differences, then greed, division, and isolation will replace grace, unity, and involvement. Although the Corinthian church prided themselves on meeting regularly, their meetings had become opportunities for division and self-indulgence, rather than a time to share in fellowship and worship. Alistair Begg teaches that God may allow division in order to weed out heresies, but Christians are to focus on the essential element of our oneness—the unity in Spirit that we enjoy in Christ.
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