Strength in Unity: One Minute with Pastor Roy

ImageIf a small branch falls off of a tree, it’s easy to break. Two branches are more difficult to break, and finally many branches together don’t break easily. Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 says that “Two are better than one because they have better pay for their labor. If one falls, the other picks him up; but woe to the one who is alone; if he falls there is no one to pick him up.” It’s true that a person alone can be tempted and fall easily because it’s hard to be strong without help. Seek out friends and family in Christ for accountability and to strengthen each other. There really is strength in unity, that’s why Jesus never sent his disciples out alone to do his work. He sent them two by two in Mark ch. 6, then twelve, then 70 to do the His work. He also says that anything is possible when two agree. This is pastor Roy, it’s important to be part of a church, or a group of Christians to give strength to one another in the midst of battles and attacks of the enemy.  Don’t fight alone you are part of God’s army. You won’t fall when someone is helping you; you are more than a conqueror!

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3 thoughts on “Strength in Unity: One Minute with Pastor Roy

  1. Amen Pastor Roy! And thanks for sharing the encouragement today. I still recall as a young boy/teenager hearing and seeing your ministry at Victory Outreach San Jose back in the mid 80’s. It made an impact then and continues today. May the Lord bless you and keep using you in a mighty way for HIS glory!

  2. This is the first post I’ve seen from you… I loved it. It was just what I needed. Thank u, Brother Roy. Blessings on you, your family & your ministry. Until next time, Brother…

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  3. I loved your post this is the reason I moved to Madera. My family has the support of my sister-in-law family Elvia and Eddie. She is the reason I have God in my life again. She was the reason i attended your ministry and found a new family at Windows of Heaven.

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