We all know people who insist that “it’s my way, or the highway!” Some believe that it’s more important to be right than to get along or that our way of practicing our faith is much better than anything you could possibly think of. Or we think of ourselves better than others because they don’t fit into our picture. That kind of thinking breaks people apart.
The Christians in the church in Philippi were struggling with divisiveness, and Paul wrote to them about it, we find his words in Philippians 3. And his words are still here for us today.