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jjbreunig3
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Maine, USA


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Forcing an alignment of corporate resources
for some theory of best fit correlation
doesn't work on Kingdom People
when using an unspoken method of tabulation.

If Life is about true spiritual growth,
then why do ministries attempt to pigeon-hole
not making any allowances for us
to develop, expand and break our current mold?

Despite multitudes of outcome possibilities
the Church seems to suffer bouts of paralysis
from the continued mashing of talents and gifts
resulting from unexplained Presbyterian analysis.

There are many ministry leaders who speak of vision -
Their tone indicates that the laity is completely blind and numb;
their message is clear - the Body is not interested
to reach the Earth before Kingdom Come.

We are souls with great, untapped potential
and not just elements of an array.
Despite our abilities and life experiences,
our dreams and desires we're not allowed to convey.

For a failure of Church motivational tricks
comes from cramming God's People into a human matrix.

From the book: Reaching Towards His Unbounded Glory
The ISBN is: 1-4196-5051-3


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Logic, when applied to people, fails miserably! --Joseph J. Breunig 3rd

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GBride
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1 posted 09-20-2009 07:37 AM       View Profile for GBride   Email GBride   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for GBride

I'm not sure I understant your poem.
In my church we are focused on community outreach helping people with their problems.
We don't condem others but hold the mirror up to ourselves and ask "How can i be a better representative of Jesus."
Still there is much conflict in our church.
When someone is rude to me I just think, "This is not about me. They are just having a bad day and I got in the way."
I don't know if what I said relates to your poem or not.
jjbreunig3
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2 posted 09-20-2009 09:41 AM       View Profile for jjbreunig3   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit jjbreunig3's Home Page   View IP for jjbreunig3

Gbride - It's clear that you don't understand; I'm speaking to the politics of the Church, between the laity and the Church leaders. --Joe

Logic, when applied to people, fails miserably! --Joseph J. Breunig 3rd

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