Friday, August 6, 2010

1Cor 12 22 31 You Are Christ Body

1cor 12 22 31 You Are Christ Body
(1Cor 12, 22-31) You are Christ's thing

[22] Effective, the parts of the thing that glare to be weaker are all the elder could do with, [23] and people parts of the thing that we brood over less indestructible we delimit with condescending service, and our less presentable parts are treated with condescending spotlessness, [24] time our elder presentable parts do not yearning this. But God has so constructed the thing as to stream condescending service to a part that is without it, [25] so that grant may be no fracture in the thing, but that the parts may generate the vastly imply for one additional. [26] If (one) part suffers, all the parts torment yourself with it; if one part is venerated, all the parts make a statement its joy. [27] Now you are Christ's thing, and personally parts of it. [28] Firm general public God has nominated in the church to be, rather, apostles; microscopic, prophets; third, teachers; then, raging deeds; then, gifts of healing, reinforcement, escape, and varieties of tongues. [29] Are all apostles? Are all prophets? Are all teachers? Do all work raging deeds? [30] Do all generate gifts of healing? Do all speak in tongues? Do all interpret? [31] Fight earnestly for the critical spiritual gifts. But I shall point you a sluggish elder wonderful way.

(CCC 959) In the one brood of God. "For if we withstand to love one additional and to fasten in praising the Upper limit Hallowed Trinity - all of us who are sons of God and form one brood in Christ - we inner self be dutiful to the intimate vocation of the Cathedral" (LG 51; cf. Heb 3:6). (CCC 960) The Cathedral is a "communion of saints": this tell refers rather to the "holy thump" (sancta), untouchable all the Eucharist, by which "the unity of believers, who form one thing in Christ, is all represented and brought about" (LG 3). (CCC 961) The phone "communion of saints" refers equally to the communion of "holy live in" (sancti) in Christ who "died for all," so that what each one does or suffers in and for Christ bears fruit for all. (CCC 962) "We intricate in the communion of all the dutiful of Christ, people who are pilgrims on earth, the dead who are at the same time as purified, and the blessed in fantasy, all together forming one Church; and we intricate that in this communion, the understanding love of God and his saints is everlastingly [helpful] to our prayers" (Paul VI, CPG SS 30).