Working Together

By Karen Rudge

It is called the great migration of wildebeests and zebras and it happens every year (between January and March). This migration flows between Tanzania and Kenya, the herds looking for good grazing, a safe place to mate and to give birth. It is said that the wildebeests have poor eyesight but a good sense of smell, whereas the Zebra has good eyesight but the sense of smell is poor. As they make the crossing together they compensate for each other and are less vulnerable to attack.

In the church body, we are like these herds: we all have our strong points and our weak points. As a body of believers we are stronger as we assemble and worship together.

Romans 12:4-6 states:

Just as we have many members in one body and all the members do not have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, each of us is to exercise them accordingly.

God designed us all differently so we can work together as one body for His Kingdom. We are connected through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Saviour – we are family. We are bought by the blood of Christ. Let us not show partiality, jealousy or anger toward each other. The world is looking at the Church and will know that we are Christians by our love for each other (John 13:35).

Today, more than ever, let’s focus on our likeness of Jesus and not our differences. If we look to Him as our example we will become more alike and can say like Paul: Follow me as I follow Christ (1 Corinthians 11:1).

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