Oneness is one of the most precious things in all the world. When there is oneness in worship, people begin to have revival in their lives.
During a recent worship service, I saw a couple who had come to a place where they felt they really didn't love each other anymore. I counseled the husband to take steps toward intimacy by faith. He hadn't held his wife's hand for months, but now there they were, worshipping God together, holding hands. Then I saw him put his arm around her and kiss her on the cheek. Later they reported a revitalization in their marriage and in every part of their individual walks. This can only happen through God's oneness.
Every single Christian should be absolutely one with God. God is one, the Trinity is one, the plan is one, the provision is one, the purpose is one, the power is one, the peace is one, and the program is one.
Paul prayed that we would think the same thing, being "perfectly joined together in the same mind" and the same judgment of doctrine (1 Corinthians 1:10)- that we would think exactly the same thing.
"Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus" (Philippians 2:5).