The real division has always been between the church (the body of Christ) and the world (including the false church), not between denominations. The false church has never been the church, so to speak. Members of affected denominations would have to choose whether to stay or leave their denomination.Denomination boundaries have been dissolving for some time now - both for real Christians, and those who aren't. As it becomes more apparent who belongs to Christ and who doesn't, I am positive that this will eventually lead to a more unified body of Christ - unity in love, and unity in truth.
Ministries that embrace sin, so willingly, into their ranks will *not* last. John through the revelation of Jesus gave grave warnings to the seven churches, guess what, none of those churches stand today. God is very jealous to His Church. He want's a spotless bride, dipped in the blood of Jesus, not a prostitute.I'm confident that God will remove each and every church, eventually. Let's pray for them but also take heed ourselves and within our respective churches.
"The real division has always been between the church (the body of Christ) and the world (including the false church), not between denominations."You are right about this for there are Christians in all denominations. Although God never instituted denominations, because denominations divided the Body of Christ. A true Christian will not stay in any church where sin is practiced and condoned. There is false grace that is being preached that says that God loves the sinner and tolerates sin. It is really the same thing that the Apostle Paul had to deal with in the early church. "Shall we continue in sin that grace may abound"?