Imperfection in teaching is largely due to organizational imperfection. As a matter of fact, churches are not supposed to split as a result of any differences in teachings. Children of God must tolerate and walk together as long as their disagreement does not touch on perfection. Perfection therefore is the summarized and eternal message of the gospel.
Heb 6:1-3 Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God, Of the doctrine of baptisms, and of laying on of hands, and of resurrection of the dead, and of eternal judgment. And this will we do, if God permit.
Anyone that follows after perfection will meet God. It does not matter from which denomination or local assembly working partially or fully with the Holy Spirit. Every teaching in the bible is guiding us towards the kind of love that selflessly gives. This love is found only in God and it is perfection; the word-driven ability to work righteousness. It is not about ceremonies to appeal to the senses but more so what a man’s heart is ready to receive. Even Jesus celebrated symbolic ceremonies as an external sign not because this was the important part (Matt 3:14-15).
Christians are best organized when they have put in place all the structures and mechanisms to manifest the most important kind of love. You will read more about organizational perfection in the book “The natural, vertical and horizontal gospels and its accompanying perfection handbook.
There are many churches that have not received direction from the Holy Spirit and are just existing because of name. Often, such churches are engineered by courage from an earthly dimension. They are not bearing fruits of righteousness but of wrath. It is important that churches receive direction from the word of God in order to best organize themselves.
Titles such as archbishop for example, archdeacons etc. are not found in the bible. Even so the word bishop in the bible means head boy (a chief pupil) and the head boys themselves being in a lower level of learning, are still under tutorship (they are not leaders yet). Using the revelation of the bible helps the church to put in place church structure with the right motives and reach out for the expected results.
Church organization equally prohibits women from taking up the teaching ministry all by themselves (1Cor14:34-35). They must teach under a man’s ministry in the same way as God’s authority is handed down with guiding instructions.
Submission is a spiritual virtue and training against rebellion; God wants women to grow spiritually through submission. This does not in any way make women inferior to men in the spirit. It is just another expression of our Godliness and originality inside life of relationship always in a humble life. Men on the other hand will never attain a certain spiritual dimensions of growth without a required humility in the spirit. Women are however allowed to preach only to outsiders (none Christians) like everyone else (Matt 28:19).
Any church that is well organized receives inspiration and sound teaching from the Holy Spirit both for the Vertical and Horizontal gospels.
- Natural Gospel: Baseline knowledge on the principles of the blessing.
- Vertical Gospel: Preaching that causes men to receive from God. Divided into two parts; the salvation gospel and the shadow gospels. This is open for all to preach.
- Horizontal Gospel: Teaching that brings about growth of children of God from babies into mature heirs of his kingdom. This is the perfection gospel that we teach only after instruction from God.