The Mystery in ONE



We have been taught that one means singular. Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord, Deut 6:4 KJV. However Gen 1:26 says And God said, Let us make man in our image. Who is this us? One here means unity instead of singularity. Jesus prayed for us 2,000 years ago that we shall be one (unity), John 17:21 That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be one in us. 

What connects us as one? The spirit of God . We are all one in the spirit. This is why he who does not have God’s spirit is not of him and cannot be in unity with God. The spirit bears witness in you. Jesus had a greater witness the father in him. The Father collaborates the story through the spirit. This is why it is important to be one with the spirit of God and with believers in Christ.

The day of Pentecost was fully come when the people were in one accord, Acts 2:1. Being in one accord allows the Spirit of God to flow so that God’s power can be manifested in a place. As believers operating in dis-accord can cause many to be weak and sickly when we take of holy communion. We are to settle all rifts in the body of Christ then partake in communion. For we know our God is not the author of confusion, 1Cor 14:33.

Happy people cultivate happy thoughts.

This has been a Flaming Word experience