So then, we must always aim at those things that bring peace and that help strengthen one another. Romans 14:19
From the moment when Apostle Paul received the revelation, by way of the spirit, his life was transformed. This led him to do what had been commended to him. Paul was a man who fought for the gospel to be known everywhere. He was tireless; he traveled to Asia, Greece, Rome, etc. He yearned for sowing the Word of God, and building a committed and strong Church.
He always encouraged believers to change; not to get carried away by the desires of the flesh; to drop arguments, fights and quarrels, and live in peace, in order to establish a strong relationship among brethren, in the faith. Yet his struggle to attain this was continuous and he did not grow weak. On the contrary, he persevered in order to achieve this purpose because he wanted to see the people of God united. Today, after two thousand years, the Church remains divided, where each one defends his interests with no consideration for Christ’s true feeling towards his Church.
Let us join this purpose and seek reconciliation among our brethren. Let us allow the Holy Spirit to unite us in brotherly love, without jealousy and envy, with only a heart for pleasing God, full of love and peace.