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  1. We follow many biblical examples. But we do not follow the method followed by the apostle to choose the 12th man. Why do we hesitate to do this? Do we not trust that the same god who manifested in the days of Apostles will not manifest the same way in our time? Why? When more than one person is nominated for any church position from GC to local church, The best way is casting lot. "The lot puts an end to quarrels and decides between powerful contenders" Proverbs 18: 18. "And they prayed and said, “You, O Lord, who know the hearts of all, show which of these two You have chosen. And they cast their lots, and the lot fell on Matthias" Act 2:24,26. If we follow this method of the apostles I think the Will of God be much clearly carried out. There is no place for human desires and will.

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  2. Conflicts of interests or opinion may arise among brethren but these must not be a hindrance on our calling to minister. Paul and John Mark did not spend time on their differences but they continued to serve God. When an opportunity to iron the difference availed, they reconciled and worked as true brethren again. May God help us not to waste time on our misunderstandings.

    Bro Tivison(SA-Africa).

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