How We fit Together (the year of gathering)

Jan 16

I’m going to say something right now that might frustrate or worry those of you who say you love Jesus and are called according to His purpose to be ambassadors of His grace to a world longing for real hope.

I’m not sure we really are all Jesus’ hands and feet (and I can’t find a scripture one that says we are).

In fact, if we were all His hands and feet, Jesus just might look like a monster. Now, the idea of our feet being called beautiful because we are good news-bringers and our hands being called blessed because they are moving to help heal a broken world? Oh wow—that is a most incredible thing. But we are more than hands and feet.  We are a body, gathered together. Yes, scripture says we are fit together like intricate puzzle pieces, each having a purpose. When we snap together like those…

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