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body ministry

Hi Steven,

Most kewl what you are saying. Some stuff we have been kicking around is to go a different route than the church. While Love Feasts will certainly be in our future at some point, for right now we are thinking about something more immediate. In fact, God is leading us to do something that we can start now with a minimum of fuss and muss.

In Ephesians, Paul talks about maturing the body of Christ so that they can do the work of the ministry.  When we all come to the perfect man of Ephesians we do body ministry. This means, that instead of a few doing the ministry, everyone does it. So, how does that look in relation to Tabernacles?

True body ministry

Well, I think you have already naturally been doing it. You spoke about testifying of what God is doing in your life to some of your friends. Through you, who is experiencing the Tabernacle Blessing, God shares it among those you’re already close to.  Likewise, Esther is sharing it with people she works with and with those of her church.

So, instead of a few ministering to many, in the age of Tabernacles, the many minister to the few. Whereas, one minister may speak to 200 people once a week, 200 people can speak to 3 people many times a week. Not only is the amount of ministry greater, but the depth and personalization is so much greater, too. Jesus flowing to those around us is one vital way we do greater works than Christ.

Big hugs and many blessings,

Ms. Periwinkle

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