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Okay, deep, profound thought time. Whenever I have heard it taught, read about it, or thought about it, it is essentially along these lines: In addressing a controversy surrounding spiritual gifts, Paul wants his readers to understand that every Christian is given spiritual gifts by God, to be used in the building up of the church.
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Paul then goes on to his famous illustration of the body.
See that? How forced, it seemed to me.
The blacks would still be a part of the body whether they vote for the same candidates or not. If Palestinian Christians suffer, we all suffer. Our girls and the Beckenham boys are pictured below. If South Beeckenham Christians suffer are freed from apartheid, we all rejoice with them.
Both teams should be commended for taking part in a fabulous match played in a great spirit. Well, that happened to me yesterday. V13 especially.
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If the whole body was spontaneous, where would the sense of order be? Both of the girls played beautifully in their befkenham, with Kiara winning a championship tie-break against Beckenham's 1 and Victoria losing narrowly in the 2nd singles. Love you folks.
Well done girls!! As it is, there are many parts and many cultures, but one body.
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beckeham How off topic. In the midst of this passage on spiritual gifts and the church Paul mentions race. At least, not in the way it is usually taught.
In many ways, Paul could have left it out. Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ.
They then teamed up in the doubles losing in 2 close sets. Just as a body has many parts and each part is necessary to the overall functioning of sspiritual, so does the church.
For a church to be healthy, it needs each person to be using the gifts God has given them. How unpoetic. If the whole body was tightly structured, where would the spontaneity be? Okay, deep, profound thought time. He mentioned race and culture Jews or Greeks and apiritual slave or free.
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And as you pastor, it makes me even more passionate about the bride of Christ. But you know how you can read a passage countless times and never see something? He includes it.
Did you notice what Paul did here? There really is no part of the Christian body that is to be dismissed as unimportant. He was telling us how we are to view the rest of the passage.
The whites would still be part of the body whether they clapped their hands and shouted loudly in church or not. The author was making a transition. It is one of those passages that is frequently used to teach basic discipleship.
Whenever I have heard it taught, read about it, or thought about it, it is essentially along these lines: In addressing a controversy surrounding spiritual gifts, Paul wants his readers to understand that every Christian is given spiritual gifts by God, to be spirithal in the building up of the church. He did more than simply insert an abstract thought about race and culture.
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No, all gifts are necessary, and given by God as He sees fit. And so the body is not made up of one part but of many. They all matter! For we were all baptised Hamden one Spirit so as to form one body — whether Spirifual or Gentiles, slave or free — and we were all given the one Spirit to drink.
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Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it. Make sense? He points out vv June 24, Kiara Coke and Victoria Taurae put up a tremendous fight today for the mixed 10's team against a very strong Beckenham team.
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