Snowflakes are beautiful, uniquely crafted ice crystals, and they tell us no two are exactly alike. In a typical snowstorm here in Canada probably consists of multiplied billions that fall from the sky in a few hours. They can transform a bare bleak Dec. forest into a "Christmas Greeting Scene" within a few hours by covering trees and bushes, because they "stick together". Snow can be made into "snow balls" and "snowmen", or cover hills to accommodate sliding or skiing, or create drifts that can shut down whole cities and airports for days. They are truly amazing little things, and also are similar to individual little human individuals when they "stick together", like their Creator intended for them to do. We were never intended to live in "isolation" but to work together to be a great force for God to promote His Kingdom being established here on our planet. The Apostle Paul declares we are to be "one body with many parts", read (1 Cor 12:12-31) for details of how we as "followers of Jesus" should "stick together".
The OT prophet Isaiah stated in (Is 53:6) "All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned, everyone to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all". This statement from scripture tells it like it is, there are no exceptions, and the Apostle Paul expands on this truth (Rom 3: 9-31). So every human who was born as a descendant of our first parents Adam and Eve, who introduced the sin of Lucifer/Satan into our world by listening to his lies and disobeying the one commandment their Creator gave them sinned. This caused our world that was created "perfect" by our Creator, to become "fallen". Then the plan of God was put into action, by allowing the Son Jesus to become "Agape Incarnate" as the "Eternal Seed" to be placed in the womb of a Jewish virgin named Mary of Nazareth to produce a human body for Jesus. Now when ever anyone responds to the promptings of the Holy Spirit to "receive" Jesus Christ the "Last Adam" as their Lord and Savior, they are "born again" by the Spirit of God (John 3:1-8), and Father adopt them into His Eternal family. At this time they become a member of the Church that Jesus has been building here on earth for some 2000 years. This "Biblical Church" goes under the title of the "Body of Christ" which is like tiny snowflakes that are meant to "stick together" to accomplish the task of extending the Kingdom of God on our planet. This task is referred to as "The Gospel of The Kingdom", and all God's children have an active part to play and it demands that we work together!!
Dave Jamer 28/06/13