God, there are so many denominations in the Christian faith. How do you feel about those divisions?
Well, let me answer your question this way:
Catholics - They make some mistakes, but they really understand and embrace the concept of helping others.
Baptists - They make some mistakes, but they really understand and pursue the need for preaching salvation.
Methodists - They make some mistakes, but they're methodical in their practice of applying my Word.
Nazarenes - They make some mistakes, but they keep and employ the simplicity of the Gospel.
Presbyterians - They make some mistakes, but they practice an administrative application of faith.
Lutherans - They make some mistakes, but their love of regal rituals is to honor me.
Pentecostals - They make some mistakes, but they love that I share my power with them in my Son's name, and they want to experience the fullness of my Spirit's ministry in their lives.
Of course I don't like the divisions nor do I approve of the unnecessary mistakes. I wrote my Word through my servants' varied expressions, anointed them to instruct clearly, so there would be unity in pursuing me. But man is often driven by his flesh and refuses to see what's right in front of him. Sometimes he wants things to be different to suit himself, and sometimes he can't help his arrogance. These things, wrong as they often are, don't disrupt my love for mankind, but I speak only Truth so mankind must understand I cannot and do not tolerate sin. My Son died a purifying though brutal death to ransom the souls of mankind. There is only one way to redeem them. I make it very clear in the book John wrote in chapter 14, verse 6: Jesus answered them, "I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." His death was not in vain. He is the Savior of the world, but they get the privilege of choosing to follow Him which leads to me in heaven or to follow the devil and experience the horrors designed for him for that choice.
Thank you, Lord.
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Father, thank you for always being accessible even when we fail to realize you truly are. Thank you for your indefinable love, grace, and mercy. Apart from you, we can do nothing. In the Name of Jesus, Amen.