We is greater than me is evident throughout the Bible. God is all about building teams within His body, which creates unity and strength and uplifts the whole body. Mathematically we will always be greater than me as well. Between science and God this appears to be an undisputed fact. God is not telling us to get rid of the me, He is telling us to use the me factors to help create the we. Simple Analogy: Pick any sport, individually each player is an expert in the position they play, but together they make up the entire team. We need to build on our strengths and keep them strong to contribute to the team and go for the win!

Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins. Show hospitality to one another without grumbling.  As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace, (1 Peter 4:8-10).

Our gifts are all unique, and how we elect to use our gifts is an individual choice. However, when we pull together collectively and use our gifts as God intended, we create a level of strength, love and unity that is bonded. God gave us our gifts, and we are in charge of managing the gift He so entrusted us with. Our gifts are meant to be used in unison with others to create a harmony of unity. The body of Christ is unification.

John W. Ritenbaugh writes: A good steward is a faithful steward. A good steward, or a good servant, is one who follows through with his responsibility. Being a faithful steward of God’s gifts can at least appear to be a discouraging responsibility, given our knowledge of how weak we are, but we will never be faithful if our beliefs are or remain mere preferences. We must be convicted of the rightness of what we believe, or we will never be faithful.

A series of sermons from pastors that focus on Unity and the We is Greater than Me topic.

Inspiration Music Video from Jekalyn Carr