Title: Two or Three
Series: Handle With Care
Author: Randy Tomko

The context in which two or three are gathered is to judge a situation, a distressing circumstance of sin. The promise is that the LORD will be there to help sort it out, to provide discernment and wisdom.

Conflict within the church is inevitable. It is, after all, made up of people in all their imperfections and failings. The need to address true sin that can damage someone spiritually and otherwise is important, and there’s a step-by-step process outlined in Scripture in which to do that.

But more important than the process itself is the way in which we do that. Do we approach it with love and humility? With genuine care and concern for the welfare of the other?

20 For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.

Matthew 18:20 (KJV)