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Las iglesias que perfeccionan a sus miembros no son efecto de un accidente. Son resultado de una oración, una planificación, y una práctica deliberadas. Cuando alguien quiere edificar una casa, no comienza por los planos. Comienza por soñar con cierta casa. Sólo después que el sueño toma forma, se diseñan y desarrollan los planos. El arquitecto dibuja una imagen que usará como guía para el diseñador y los constructores a lo largo de todo el proceso. Los planos dan instrucciones paso por paso para construir la casa de sus sueños. Los edificadores utilizan esos planos y esa imagen muchas veces durante cada etapa de la construcción, de manera que la casa de los sueños se convierta en una realidad.

Con las iglesias sucede lo mismo. Primero fueron imaginadas en el corazón de Dios, y después su sueño tomó forma. El apóstol Pablo ayudó a identificar esa forma de lo que Dios había imaginado. En su epístola a los Efesios, describe el cuadro de lo que Dios sueña para la Iglesia del Nuevo Testamento (cap. 4). Los versículos son breves, pero la imagen tiene una profundidad considerable.

Pablo describe un cuadro del cuerpo de Cristo repleto de vida y esperanza, dedicado a perfeccionar a las personas para su llamado, de manera que se puedan unir a Dios en la realización de sus planes para la humanidad. Verdaderamente, es la Iglesia liberada, y realizando algo que sólo a Dios se le habría podido ocurrir.

Muchos se detienen a admirar este retrato de una Iglesia que alcanza "la medida de la estatura de la plenitud de Cristo" (Efesios 4:13). Con frecuencia, después de contemplar esta imagen, nos alejamos inspirados por sus posibilidades, pero nos sentimos incapaces de reproducir en nuestras iglesias su profundidad de vida, su vitalidad, o su capacidad para perfeccionar.Churches perfecting its members are not the result of an accident. They are the result of prayer, planning, and deliberate practice. When someone wants to build a house, does not begin with the plans. Begins to dream of a certain house. Only after the dream takes shape, design and develop the plans. The architect draws a picture to use as a guide for designers and builders throughout the entire process. Plans give step by step to build the house of your dreams instructions. The builders used these planes and often that image during each stage of construction, so the house of dreams become a reality.

With churches is the same. They were first imagined in the heart of God, then his dream took shape. Paul helped identify that form of what God had imagined. In his letter to the Ephesians, describes the picture of what God dreams for the New Testament Church (Ch. 4). The verses are short, but the picture has considerable depth.

Paul describes a picture of the body of Christ full of life and hope, dedicated to improving people for their call, so that God can join in carrying out his plans for humanity. Indeed, the Church is liberated, and doing something that only God could have happened to him.

Many stop to admire this portrait of a church that reaches "the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ" (Ephesians 4:13). Often, after watching this picture, we move inspired by its possibilities, but we were unable to reproduce in our churches depth of life, vitality, or its ability to perfect.

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