Honoring Others: Rich Resources to Check Out

Let us have real warm affection for one another as between brothers, and a willingness to let the other man have the credit.  (Romans 12:10 Phillips)

Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor.  (Romans 12:10 NASB)


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I hope you are having a wonderful Friday!!!

Today, I’m honoring others by pointing you to some great bloggers and some of their finest posts.

Marc Hardy is a friend of mine who has recently started blogging, and the heart of his message is all about Jesus.  Marc has a seminary degree, and as soon as he graduated with his Masters, he moved to Florida to be part of a clergy-less expression of Christ.  Check out his post on church unity.

Looking for Church Unity? Look No Further

Another brother in Christ and friend, RC Babione, recently posted at his family blog about our oneness in Christ, and that His followers are all identified as one person with Him.  This is a deep revelation and a great post to chew on.  RC and his family of six are following a calling to prepare to help Christ followers who want to meet together with Him as Head with no human leaders.  RC also works as a voice actor if you happen to need such services (more info at his website at the link below).

Is Christ Divided?

I do not know this next blogger personally, but I really like his writing and his focus on true freedom in Christ.  He writes in his latest post, “When resting in the Victory that is ours in Christ, there is an intentional lack of independence. This Freedom in Him has nothing to do with our own merit, work, efforts, or ability. It has nothing to do with our control. In fact, Freedom is received as a reality in our hearts when we come to a place of losing control – of being fully dependent.”  Meet Brandon Chase:

Independence is Not Freedom


Do you sense the theme of unity in these posts???


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