Have you ever studied the human anatomy and how the human cells are growing new ones every day? Have you ever thought about the purpose of this maturity within our physical bodies and how it is related within the body of Christ? Learning to work within the body requires unity, understanding and harmony as the body matures in season.
Working together requires maturing in love as we learn to stand in obedience for the next cell to take our place before moving to the next location within the body. This is to take place without frictions within the body in order to prevent restrictions and to allow the body or entity to function properly within life. The problem that many cells encounter within this process is learning to trust God so they try to hold on to their positions for too long and this can restrict the overall movement in the direction of God. Sometimes cells have to die off before the next ones can enter in for the new life to begin.
This same principle applies within our homes, our careers as well as in the overall body of the church. For when we learn to move in the hand of God is when greater things can take place as well as maintaining the body that we have been given. Here is question for you this morning,”Are you ready to be moved?” If not then what is wrong with this picture? For there is no cell within the physical body that ever stays intact nor healthy unless it is ready to moved into the next position. The object is to disciple one to one day replace the next…For if a cell is undeveloped when thrown into position how could this affect the overall body? Are you ready? Are you training
James A. Harrison