In the first letter to the Corinthians in its chapter 12, the apostle Paul tells us about the diversity of gifts. What is the diversity of gifts? Well, as the apostle himself presents it, this means that we all have particular gifts, that is, all we do not do the same. The body is composed of different parts, and not all do the same, and this is what happens inside the church, we are the body of Christ, and each one in particular, so that we do different things.
There is a system in the church today, which every day leads us more to disorder, we have churches where being prepared is not important, in the sense that, no matter what your gift, you can do everything, I mean: people They do not even know how to sing, they give him the opportunity to sing praises in the pulpit, and people who do not even know how to preach give them a sermon on Sunday.
Can you imagine a doctor telling a person who does not know about medicine that he wants to try him/her in an operation that he will perform on a patient? This is crazy! It is impossible! In the same way, can you imagine that the pastor will ask a brother who has never preached, who has not prepared and who simply does not know how to do it, to preach the next Sunday? Yes, you can imagine that, because every day happens. Is this right? Many people will show the excuse that what we do is for God and not for men, but that is exactly the point, “what we do is for God” and who is God? He is the most important personality of the universe, for which He must always receive the best, the excellence.