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I have never yet known the Spirit of God to work where the Lord's people were divided.

    Author: D.L. Moody

The church is not a democracy in which we have chosen God, but a theocracy in which He has chosen us. The church is the only society in the world that never loses any of its members, even by death. The church upon its knees would bring heaven upon the earth.

    Author: E.M. Bounds

Believers are never told to become one; we already are one and are expected to act like it.

    Author: Joni Eareckson Tada
    Source: Spontaneous Compassion

There is unusual power in united prayer. God has planned for His people to join together in prayer, not only for Christian fellowship, spiritual nurture, and growth, but also for accomplishing His divine purposes and reaching His chosen goals.

    Author: Wesley L. Duewel
    Source: Mighty Prevailing Prayer

If there are two persons praying, there are three. If three meet to pray, there are four praying. There is always one more than you can see.

    Author: S.D. Gordon

Where two or three are met together, the prayer of one strikes fire from the soul of another; and the latter in his turn leads the way to nobler heights of devotion. And lo! as their joy increases, there is One in their midst whom they all recognize and cling to. He was there before, but it is only when their hearts begin to burn that they recognize Him; and in a true sense they may be said to bring Him there.

    Author: James Stalker

I can say, through the power of the Spirit, that wherever God can get a people that will come together in one accord and one mind in the Word of God, the baptism of the Holy Ghost will fall upon them, like as at Cornelius' house.

    Author: William J. Seymour

The only way it is possible to have one mind is to have the mind of God derived from the unity of the Spirit of God, a unity which comes only when believers find the will of God and give themselves unselfishly and unstintingly to its fulfillment.

    Author: John F. Walvoord

Nothing unites people as sharing the same affliction.

    Author: Jack Hyles

On the essentials, unity. On the nonessentials, liberty. In everything, charity.

    Author: Jack Hyles

We need not all agree, but if we disagree, let us not be disagreeable in our disagreements.

    Author: M.R. DeHaan

Every born-again believer is a member of that body and lives the common life of every other member by the one thing which unites them and makes them "relatives and brothers," even the blood of Christ.

    Author: M.R. DeHaan

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