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Here's Their Funny Idea about Christ's One Body. And They Never Found It Funny.

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See this powerful bible passage? "There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all." [Ephesians 4]. But here's how some church folks corrupt it.

They think the passage is meant for their church denomination. They really believe "one body" means their church denomination with all their members united as one. And sadly, a lot of church denominations today think like this---they think their denomination is the "one body" the bible talks about. When they hear about "one body in Christ," they think it applies to their church denomination.

If this were so, then there would be "bodies" of Jesus Christ, each denomination being "one body." And I wonder why no one among them stops to think about what they are claiming to be. Does anybody know what they're talking about? How can their denomination be the one body of Christ? And to think that these denominations are manned by leaders with master's or doctorate degrees and high titles.

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Let's say denominations were legitimate in God's eyes. Then each denomination should claim to be a part of the body, not the body itself. They each should say we are the "One Eye" or "One Hand" of the Body, or "One Toe." And this will agree with how Paul explained the body of Christ. Not all are hands or feet. One is a hand, another a foot, another an ear, another a mouth, and so on.

But no one wants to be a mere eye, ear, or mouth. They each claim to be the body. They insist that each of their denominations are the one body of Christ and their local churches are the the different parts. And they all sincerely believe this with all their hearts. I've never seen a church denomination consider other denominations when talking of the body. They just talk of their own denomination. And no one's stopping to think. Simply amazing how their minds work.

Now, imagine what that makes of Christ. With each of them claiming to be the body, there becomes not one body but bodies of Christ. And yet they all say there's only one Head, Jesus Christ. Can you picture that out? Bodies with only one head? That's a monster. That's what these denominations picture out Jesus.

No matter how spiritual a church denomination looks and no matter if it's glorious to see how their members worldwide unite as one denomination or "body of Christ," it still runs contrary to Jesus' prayer in John 17---that true believers be completely united in Him. And this means all believers in every church in the world, regardless of denomination or affiliation, should be "completely united." In fact, the genuine body of Christ has no denomination.

This is why I believe the true church of Jesus Christ---the true body of Christ---is yet to appear in these final days. Denominations are nothing, if not fakes, and are mere religious organizations invented by men. The true body of Christ (the glorious church) will appear when true believers finally give up (or demolish) their church denominations and unite together worldwide as the one family of God led by true church fathers---apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers.

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