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The Power of Glory Church Unity

  A glorious church will be able to show the glory of God and have the power of the presence of the Lord.

  The meaning of the church refers to us, including every brother and sister, leader, and pastor. Therefore, to become a glorious church, this is not a matter of one person, not just of the pastors, not only of the co-workers and leaders, but of every brother and sister in the church.

  “Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ. “(1 Corinthians 12:12)

  The Bible uses the body of Christ to symbolize the church and the members to symbolize us, implying that we all come from one body - Jesus Christ. Just imagine, people with uncoordinated right and left feet will only often stumble or stumble when walking, and the basic daily life will also be very laborious and step by step. How can they run fast and learn different skills, and it is even more difficult to go out to work? Recently, I saw a report about children with hand-eye and limb coordination problems. They develop slower in all aspects. Compared with normal children, they learn to stand and walk later than normal children. They are also more exhausted and fall more easily. And because the intelligence of these children is normal, most of them are not noticed, and they are misunderstood as only slightly slower development.

  It follows from this that the coordination of the body is inextricably linked to the prosperity or decline of the church. Since God symbolizes us with our members, it shows the importance of our unity, coordination and cohabitation, and it is also the key to affecting whether the church can do greater work for the Lord. Therefore, we must always examine whether we, as members of the body of Christ, are connected to Christ as the Head, whether we are submissive to the supreme authority, always treat each other with humility and gentleness, tolerate and accept each other’s differences, the strong are sympathetic to the weak, and everyone is faithful. Standing on the service post entrusted by the Lord, I strive to keep the unity of the heart given by the Holy Spirit.

  God is waiting for us all to become one in the faith, no longer children, but to grow into adults, to help each other according to the function of each body, so that the body gradually grows and becomes full of the stature of Christ. (Ephesians 4:13, 14, 16).

  Let each of us always humble ourselves before the Lord, be enlightened, enlightened, transformed, and unite in building a glorious church.



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