Illation on Leaders 4

Illation on Leaders 4, December 2017

Consider Paul’s Concepts of our Faith as presented in the Book of 1st Corinthians

I calibrate how the church should define itself by using scripture, prayer, meditation, and study.  In contemplating the roles of leadership in the church, I have been looking for verses in the New Testament Letters, searching for offices, duties, and topics; to gather information and, therefore patterns and inferences that can be gleaned.

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the focus of your purpose

Make sure the picture, or rather, the event, you are composing is a reflection of God.

. . . ramble?  yes, this essay rambles. . .   rambling is what life is for. . .   sometimes.  Especially when you want to Focus!  🙂 🙂 🙂

Have a clear purpose when planning.  But make sure your purpose and your end product creates a noticeable view to God, unimpeded by distractions that take us away from Focusing on God:  the glittery objects our eyes are drawn to, salacious endeavors to please our flesh, and, amongst others, self-absorption.

Glittery:  as we look at a scene our eyes are naturally attracted to light, especially lights that are flashing, dancing.  This holds our Focus from seeing the rest of the scene.

Flesh:  our physical body needs to take care and not be allowed to roam off course.

Self-absorption:  it is very easy to place yourself (I need to replace “yourself” with the word “myself”) ahead of someone else and your (my) ideas as more important than your (my) teammate.  We are Friends,

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