Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on May 19, 2010
A short talk for a midweek Communion calling upon local believers to pray for, work for and live for the complete unity that Jesus prayed for. Not uniformity (because we're all different) but UNITY, in Jesus.
Jesus prayed to his Heavenly Father for you.
On the night he was betrayed and arrested (John 18:2), after he had washed his disciples’ feet (13:5), Jesus prayed an important prayer for you as individuals, for us together, and for the worldwide body of believers. He prayed for future