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"WHAT DOES DENOMINATOR MEAN?"



Pastor Selara R. Mann, Jr.

Exacting Truth Ministries

Definition:

Denominator (n.)-in arithmetic, the part of the fraction which indicates how many times a unit can be divided from its whole.



Summary:

Denominator- in arithmetic it is the part of the fraction indicating how many times something can be separated from its whole. By its very nature, it is a word noting division or separation by the creation of a boundary that divides or keeps apart. So, why are we proudly holding to our denominations and refuse to acknowledge each other? Why have we allowed dogma and doctrine to separate, by the creation of a boundary, God’s people? If we are all hoping and believing in the same universal destination in which we will come together, why on this earth and in this life are we so divided through our denominations. We have allowed through the simple use of words Satan to divide and conquer and therefore distract us from the mission-to be followers of the Christ and messengers of His words. In Mark 3:25, Jesus the Christ said Himself that “If a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.”



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