There is a reason why we are called brothers and sisters in Christ. Fellowship is an important part of the Christian religion. With fellowship, the aspects of bonding and unity brings us closer together. In result, we become family in a spiritual and emotional sense. However, when that bond and unity is broken, disunity and division occur. A prime example of disunity and division is Lucifer, the disgraced and fallen angel. As one of the many divine angels from heaven, Lucifer became very arrogant and prideful. This sense of pride and self-indulgence separated him from God, which created division and later led to his downfall from the Kingdom of Heaven. Titus 3:10 states:
“Reject a divisive man after a first and second admonition.”
If you want to gain power, do it in the right and proper way by uplifting others around you and making them powerful as well. 1 Thessalonians 5:11 states:
“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”
If you do something that is against God’s anointed, then you are lacking concern and understanding. It is no doubt that we have a bit of Lucifer in us. We have to catch ourselves before we hurt others and avoid questioning authority, which is our Heavenly Father.
May God Bless You ~
About American University of Health Sciences
AUHS is a Christian based, minority-serving university, which educates students for careers in the healthcare professions. AUHS emphasizes the values of faith in God, love of humankind, and belief that all people have a right to healthcare and deserve a good quality of life based on the wellness of body, mind, and spirit. The university celebrates diversity and reaches out to groups currently underrepresented in healthcare and research. AUHS provides the undergraduate and graduate curriculum, hands-on practical training and supportive environment required to create competent and compassionate healthcare professionals.
American University of Health Sciences is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510.748.9001.