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SPIRIT UNITY

While "in the spirit" today I received a download on what we (the church and Americans) should be focused on... The 1st thing I experienced is identifying with what happened in the 1st church. They(the 120) were celebrating a feast of the Lord, "Day of First Fruits" or "Feast of Weeks".They had been praying together for ten days(they were with the risen Christ for 40 days before He ascended & they were in Jerusalem to wait & pray. Pentecost is 50 days after Passover, so.....10 days.) In Acts 1:14 it is recorded, "All of them were UNITED in prayer, gripped with one passion, interceding night and day."In Acts 2:1 it says they were together in "one accord" in agreement, one mind & purpose, unanimous, having group UNITY! We, as "the church" should be praying like this in UNITY especially now with what is going on our country & the world. Praying the frequency of "the wonderful works of God" (Acts 2:11) and not being focused on the problem but focused on the answer! Yeshua!!! There is more! In partaking of Communion there is a fellowship that takes place not only with Yeshua, but also with each other. We can identify with that spirit of the 1st church in communion! The 1st church(1st fruit) was devoted to communion & unity with God AND with each other. The word here is Koinonia . This word describes a deep sense of SPIRIT UNITY with God and each other. We are all (believers) the body of Christ and we are related to Christ and to each other! This is what we need to focus on during the now of what we all are going through; if we can't be together in the natural we can be together in SPIRIT UNITY. Stay in the Word, fellowship & prayer, care for one another with praise & worship. In koinonia we have SPIRIT UNITY! Read Revelation 21:4-7     

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