Unity Is the Church’s Perfume

Desiring God | 2/6/2018 | Staff
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Our hope for Look at the Book is to help you learn to read the Bible for yourself. We invite you to engage the passage first, and consider the featured study questions below, before watching the lab.

The church is crowned with love, clothed in Christ’s righteousness, and perfumed with Trinitarian unity. In this lab, John Piper shows us how precious that unity is among believers.

Questions - Psalm

Some questions to ask as you read and study Psalm 133:1:

Do you “dwell in unity” with brothers and sisters in Christ? What does that look like? If not, why not?

Adjectives - Psalmist - Unity - Psalm

What are the two adjectives that the psalmist uses to describe unity in Psalm 133:1? How are they...
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