Should you brag about your pastor?

While studying 1 Corinthians I put this together. I hope it helps you understand how to treat your pastor.

There once was a man with loose screws. God graciously gave him a screw driver in order to tighten those screws. But instead of using that screw driver as God intended the man went around bragging that his screw driver was better than all others. This man’s problems became more pronounced because he would not use the tool that God had given for the end that God had given it. He treated the screw driver like a trophy and did not use it as a tool. In the same sense, apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds, and teachers have been given to the church in order to equip the church. If we glory in men and worship men we are using what God has given for the wrong purpose. Teachers are tools to be used not trophies to brag about.

So let no one boast in men. For all things are yours, whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas or the world or life or death or the present or the future–all are yours, and you are Christ’s, and Christ is God’s. 1 Corinthians 3:21-23

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3 thoughts on “Should you brag about your pastor?

  1. There was was a man you called Loose Screws and he never wore his own shoes. He went to the market and raised up a star-kit rewinding the story to you.

    A portion of this parable is saying, “Do not appreciate human beings, because God is not doing it. God only appreciates (adds to) interest life and activity life able to be seen together with human beings who have always existed. It is not possible to appreciate what is always the same united with God’s perfection. There is life that will again and again be provided existing this way and everything else uses themselves with them once positioned to see, know, do and understand as one the perfect saying of God pertaining to God’s current continuable interest.

    There is related understanding as well and you can use yourself to understand it relating to Jesus Christ existence area sometimes egregiously misunderstood and called a turn screw by life that God does not see as human beings.

  2. To be separated from God (LOOSE) is to be turned upside down and inside out by God (SCREWED) through what will seem to be human being providerships (SCREWDRIVERS) until you understand God complete (HALLELUJAH).

    Loose screws: There once was a man that was integrating back and forth with life that was doing something different out of unity. This man was understanding to give to himself fighting life at all of his orifices, including his brain, his eyes, his nose, his mouth, his stomach, his genitals, etc. and these areas of life as always are supposed to understand God continuously and be provided to complete coming together with only the life of peace.

    God coming through human beings gave him a screw driver saying do something different: The man according to the understanding circumstances placed to him and the human being information where he understood to go, did something different with the screw driver across his locations of activity. It was only at the location where there was the sight of continuable activity and communication that he understood to him from God that there is nothing God does this way forever, telling him to do something different through human beings. With this he was provided to peace and moved together with life that is interested with God at each of his bodily and environmental understanding places (bodily openings/orifices, bowls, cups, pipes, etc).

    With this the screw driver was moved to the same place that God moves the life of salem, sodom, and satan to bounce around doing something different while being life that while moving is say what is unacceptable until it can be raised from what some call the place of the dead. Upon raising this life to a position of God’s morning glory, no longer being the life of desire, despair and mourning, they are perfectly pitched to an arrangement as God’s communication of united knowing participating with God at the always position mark of the man now known as “I am doing what I can always do” (misunderstood as able to be loose from God and turned upside down and inside out by humans.)

    • Allelyah, it appears that you have misunderstood the parable and since I’m not good at writing them the fault lies with me. My desire is to communicate the biblical truth from Ephesians 4:11, “And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.”

      My fear in reading your comments over the months is that you have disregarded the word of God in pursuit of some outside knowledge/knowing/understanding. You were recently engaged in the comment stream found here. I want everyone to interact on this blog and no one (myself included) is beyond question. Please take the time to respond to the questions found there. If you do not interact I will unfortunately not be able to approve any more of your comments on this blog.

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