The Body of Christ
The Church “t”
There is but one God, the Father of all creation.
There is but one begotten Son of God, the head of the church.
There is but one church, the bride, the body of Christ.
The head of the body is Jesus Christ.
The body of Christ is not a denominational structure.
It is vital that the body of Christ abide in unity of the faith.
Jesus Christ is returning to a Bride, not a body part.
Unity of our faith is not optional, it is essential.
Without unity of our faith, the body is dismembered.
If the body is dismembered, the body is not complete.
If the body is not complete, the body cannot function.
When the body dwells in unity, the body will submit to the Son.
God is one with his Son; God’s Son is one with his body.
When we receive the Spirit of God, we become one with God.
When we become one with God, we become sons of God.
When we become sons of God, we receive power from God.
When we receive power from God, we walk in the Spirit of God.
When we walk in the Spirit, we are a body united.
This is by the life, blood, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
1st Corinthians 1:10-17 / Ephesians 4:11-32 /
Danny G. Hatfield