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Sometimes we act like act a little crazy refusing to unite with our brothers and sisters in Christ. It's crazy because there's so much that could be accomplished if we were more united and we didn't let our petty differences get in the way.

In Galatia, Gospel unity was at stake but it wasn't something that happened all of a sudden. Fourteen years went by before Paul went up to Jerusalem to confront Peter and the others. He had been busy ministering to the Gentiles while Peter and others had been busy ministering to the Jews in Jerusalem but what was occurring behind his back threatened to tear the church in two.

So, this was a critical meeting for the church, the consequences of which we still see today.
Let's look more closely at why he went, what was at stake, and what was the outcome...

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