We instinctively recognize the power of unity. And so we call for it.
We ask individuals to unite together for the good of our country. Our church. Our workplace.
But, the "what" we are to be united behind is often left unsaid. Because it's so obvious?
And yet, I have absolutely no idea what it is.
An assumed foundation of what America is supposed to be? An assumed design for how the local church might best function? An assumed vision for what all our colleagues are working together toward?
The problem is - I think we have very distinct visions. Wholly and mutually exclusive.
And I'm not sure a call for unity can take place until it is determined what we can all get behind, believe in and be willing to fight for.
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