What is your view of God’s Church? Who and what does it entail?
Does it hold memories of hurt, or was it a place that kept you on the rails?
Do you think it is a building alone, with all the smells and bells?
Or do you think people should make it their own, making God the realm?
Do you see it as a place to make a name for yourself, where you aren’t ashamed of your pride?
Or is it a place where people are put on the shelf, because the Church logic is defied?
Church won’t always be just, due to the imperfect people in it.
It tries to fight the sins that we sinners lust, in a World in which we don’t fit.
The body of the Church should work in sync, but unfortunately it doesn’t always do so.
Different characters don’t always interlink, so they can sometimes become each other’s foe.
Yet Christianity is Earth’s biggest religion, and is continually growing.
Everyday millions want to make the right decision, to believe in the seed they are sowing.
As the bride of Christ, God loves the Church with all his heart.
As a husband views his wife, so God sees the Church as something that could never part.
Every member of the Church is a brick; they support the Church by serving.
Yet without Christ living in the Church it wouldn’t click, and the foundations would be unnerving.
Every brick has a purpose to fulfil in life, and from God each one is viewed as the same.
Although each other’s wrongs cause us strife, our compassion and love still remains.
Despite titles and chain of command, every part of the body is equal.
The toilet cleaners are in just as much demand, as those who preach to the hearts of the deceitful.
The Church is reliant on each other, despite our different ways.
Because we are all sisters and brothers, and we can look forward to sharing eternal days.
Ryan Lane 2010