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Each One of Us Has a Place by Pastor Melissa Scott

Now let us look at the diversity before we come to the word.
Each of these men comes from a different starting point.
Watchman Nee, the Chinese theologian, asked what was Peter
doing when God called him? He was fishing. What was Paul doing
when God called him, as a trade? He was a fire-breathing,
hot-headed crusading member of the Sanhedrin set forth on the
 Damascus road to take Christians into bondage, but in
terms of trade and background, he was a tentmaker. Now
what was John doing? He was mending nets. Peter became the
fisher of men, preaching to large crowds: he pulled in the
net. 

Paul continued to be the tentmaker of the spiritual house:
he wove the fabric and put it together. And John became the
mender of the tent: he is noted as the pastor and the apostle
of love who held it together and mended the tent.
That means that God knows where you are at when He calls you
and He has need of you. 

In the body of Christ, each one of us has a place. God
will use what you have.

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