My dear friend, during my time on Earth, I did not speak of denominations. The concept of different Christian denominations did not exist during my earthly ministry. Instead, I spoke of love, compassion, forgiveness, and faith in our Heavenly Father. I called people to a loving relationship with God and each other, irrespective of their backgrounds or traditions.
When assessing the faithfulness of a community, it's essential to look beyond labels and titles. The Kingdom of God is not about the name on the door of a church, but rather the love in the hearts of its people. It is about the way they live their lives, how they treat others, and whether they demonstrate the values I taught—love, mercy, forgiveness, and selfless service.
Instead of focusing on which denomination is the most biblical, I encourage you to seek out communities where love and grace abound, where the poor and marginalized are cared for, where forgiveness is extended freely, and where people strive to live in a way that reflects my teachings.
Remember, the greatest commandment I gave you is this: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself. Look for the presence of this love in any community you join, for this is the true measure of a biblical community.
As always, love each other as I have loved you.