The body of Christ – the church, is made up of many parts. The hand – helps, - the mouth – teaches, - the head of the church is Christ and the Holy Spirit equips the church with the assigned giftings, as God sees fit to meet the needs of His people in the church body. To live and learn from one another, but to never despise the hand for helping – or the mouth for what God has intellectually built up, by His grace to perform the qualities of skillmanship, equipped by the Holy Spirit’s grace for that particular calling.
God tells us always to test everything we hear, but we must also remember that if the knowledge spoken by the gifted by God’s grace recipient, lines up with biblical foundation – it is the will of God. – Means, if He said it before, and is saying it again through a Christian believer, who has been given an assignment by God to speak about a particular topic of learning, or if a book, or any literature with connotations to his acquisition of learning, now needs to be passed on to any who are willing to have a teachable spirit, through God’s use of that particular servant of His, to display what they've been allowed to testify and witness to others – then you can be sure a judgemental spirit is at work in the people who are too proud and puffed up with their own learning – to receive any new learnings God has for their benefit and for others under their leadership, to learn freely. – No matter what vessel God uses – which He alone anoints to take notice of from the unusual, and not the legalistic way they could believe only could come from God, - God uses any vessels – look in Deuteronomy 6:14, God used common men and women to raise up the saints (Psalm 16:31) – remember God raised them up – not themselves, or else God would not be glorified, but themselves.
This is typical for God’s sure ways to be not denied His people’s dependency on Him – “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that none should perish.” Jesus who is the way, the truth, and the life, told His disciples that He needed to die on the cross – be raised on the third day and then to be resurrected to the Father’s right hand to intercede on our behalf – for as we are all sinners, only by the sacrifice Jesus’ blood paid for our transgression, could we ever be worthy of His grace, and as Jesus told His disciples about the Holy Spirit coming after He had departed them – so it is true for us too, that the Helper – the Holy Spirit who becomes our guest, when we invite Him to become our guide through the Baptism of the Holy Spirit – to become His temple of the living God – that anybody can exhibit the fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22). - God has ordained each one serving Him to be obedient and accountable only to Him, and when we submit our lives to serving Him, He equips us to do what He asks through His revelation knowledge as He did in the past through the prophets teachings and the people’s lives, who applied those teachings which God relayed through His chosen few to bring order in His church – the body of Christ, who He – Jesus is the head and we believers are the body made up of many parts in conformity to His perfect will, as outlined in Romans 12:1-18.”