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Gifts of the Holy Spirit 2/10/2013
Dear congregation,

At times in our lives, we may wonder as to what spiritual gifts we possess. In our time together today, we are going to hear teaching which the Lord gave to the Corinthian church in Corinth through Apostle Paul in letter form. Within that church there were divisions and contentions (1:10-11) and they were in need of instruction in righteousness as they had become separated into different groups through following different men and their gifts. As Paul wrote previously in this letter, (4:6) And these things, brethren, I have in a figure transferred to myself and to Apollos for your sakes; that ye might learn in us not to think of men above that which is written, that no one of you be puffed up for one against another. 7 For who maketh thee to differ from another? and what hast thou that thou didst not receive? now if thou didst receive it, why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not received it? They needed to be brought back to the truth that they were united in Christ through the Holy Spirit before they were instructed concerning gifts in the church.

This body of Christ or the church could be likened unto an orchestra in which there are many instruments that ddistributed to the members of the orchestra, which are given according to their innate ability, which are then played bythem as individuals to bring forth one unified sound. Each one has their own particular instrument and each one participates at their appointed time so as to create one harmonic sound.

This letter is written in response to a particular need that the Holy Spirit through Apostle Paul wished to address within the Corinthian congregation. May we who are members of this congregation hear what the Spirit has to say to us today through His Word. May we be given grace to receive application into our hearts of this timeless teaching from the Word of the Lord.


KJV 1 Corinthians 12:1 Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant.
2 Ye know that ye were Gentiles, carried away unto these dumb (voiceless) idols, even as ye were led.
3 Wherefore I give you to understand, that no man speaking by the Spirit of God calleth Jesus accursed: and that no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but by the Holy Ghost.

He begins by saying that he wants them to know about the spiritual gifts that are distributed about in their congregation, telling them that previously as pagans they were led by self/others unto idols who were not able to speak at all. He contrast this by pointing out that which the Spirit of God brings forth in a person in whom dwells the Spirit of God/Holy Ghost. We remember that in chapter two this was written concerning the Holy Spirit:

Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God. Which things also we speak, not in the words which man's wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Ghost teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual. But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. (2:12-14)

What is being said here is that just as when one is in union with a voiceless idol, one can only speak what a voiceless idol speaks, (which is nothing),, when one is in union with the Holy Spirit one will not call Jesus accursed and will call Him Lord.

4 Now there are diversities (divisions) of gifts, but the same Spirit.
5 And there are differences of administrations, but the same Lord.
6 And there are diversities of operations, but it is the same God which worketh all in all.

Paul first establishes to them that they are united in the Spirit (which means that they are in union with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, these three are always in agreement) before beginning to explain to them about the different gifts that are given. He breaks them down into three divisions, being gifts (charisma), administrations (diakonia) and operations (energema), and making the important point that they are all of the same Spirit, the same Lord and the same God which works all in all.


7 But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man to profit withal.(for the common good)
Manifestation: sign: an indication that something is present, real, or exists
1 Corinthians 12:7 A spiritual gift is given to each of us as a means of helping the entire church.

8 For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit;
9 To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit;
10 To another the working of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the interpretation of tongues:
11 But all these worketh that one and the selfsame Spirit, dividing to every man severally as he will.
ESV 1 Corinthians 12:11 All these are empowered by one and the same Spirit, who apportions to each one individually as he wills.

Each person is given the gift for the purpose of helping the church. There are other gifts that are described elsewhere, but here he lists a number of them. The question comes to us: Are these in order of importance or are they merely listed randomly? For example, the gift of knowledge (of God) and the gift of wisdom (of) are listed first. Everything starts with God, continues with God and ends with God and all must be according to His Word. We will leave it at that.. In verse 11, he writes that all of these gifts are worked and empowered by the one and same Spirit, who deals out to each one as He sees fit.


12 For as the body is one, and hath many members, and all the members of that one body, being many, are one body: so also is Christ.
13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized (joined) into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.
14 For the body is not one member, but many.

The body of Christ is one,(but made up of many members) being in union (baptism) with Him by the one Spirit, with no separation between Jews and pagans or between slave and master, and all are made to drink into one Spirit. Does this refer to water baptism or is it referring to the Holy Spirit baptism which all believers experience and which water baptism points to? Are the baptisms of Moses and Jesus being contrasted here? Previously Paul had written:

KJV 1 Corinthians 10:1 Moreover, brethren, I would not that ye should be ignorant, how that all our fathers were under the cloud, and all passed through the sea;
2 And were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea;
3 And did all eat the same spiritual meat;
4 And did all drink the same spiritual drink: for they drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them: and that Rock was Christ.

There is a lot to sort through here, but the main emphasis seems to be that just as the Israelites were united with Moses on that phyical journey to the promised land in the cloud and the sea, we likewise spiritually are one with Christ, yet possessing our unique giftedness for the benefit of the larger group. As the Israelites each had their own gifts given to them by Moses for and during the 40 year journey for the purpose of the group's benefit, it is the same for us in the body of Christ today. Even though they may have not realized that they were doing so, as they journeyed and worshipped their God, they were eating and drinking of Christ, even as we are doing today.

15 If the foot shall say, Because I am not the hand, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body?
16 And if the ear shall say, Because I am not the eye, I am not of the body; is it therefore not of the body?
17 If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing? If the whole were hearing, where were the smelling?
18 But now hath God set the members every one of them in the body, as it hath pleased him.
19 And if they were all one member, where were the body?
20 But now are they many members, yet but one body.

There is a tendency for us to depreciate the gift that God has given us, so that we look at another's giftedness and desire to have their gift. All parts of the body are members and one is not to try to be something that they have not been given to be. For how would the body work if people chose their own gifts according to their desires rather accept that which the Lord has apportioned to them? It would be chaos.

21 And the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no need of thee: nor again the head to the feet, I have no need of you.
22 Nay, much more those members of the body, which seem to be more feeble, are necessary:
23 And those members of the body, which we think to be less honourable, upon these we bestow more abundant honour; and our uncomely parts have more abundant comeliness.
24 For our comely parts have no need: but God hath tempered the body together, having given more abundant honour to that part which lacked:
25 That there should be no schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one for another.
26 And whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it; or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it.


On the opposite side, one should never look at what one would consider a lesser gift in a arrogant and proud manner. God has made the human body as He saw fit to do so. In the same manner He has created the church to have the members that it has and desires that they would work individually for the benefit of the common group. Paul uses the words seem and think to point out that we are to be careful that our own thoughts and opinions do not override that which God has given and ordained to be parts of the body, both physical and spiritual. There are various interpretations and understandings on verses 22-25, but the key thought seems to be that due to the Corinthians tendency to elevate certain gifts, caution is given here to not yield to the temptation of giving the more visible gifts more honor than the less visible gifts. For example, those who minister publicly already get enough honor while the kitchen ladies labor largely unnoticed and without much public honor.

27 Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular.

He returns to the that which he has said before: We are part of a larger body, but yet have individual giftedness.

28 And God hath set some in the church, first apostles, secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers, after that miracltes, then gifts of healings, helps, governments, diversities of tongues. {diversities: or, kinds}
29 Are all apostles? are all prophets? are all teachers? are all workers of miracles?
30 Have all the gifts of healing? do all speak with tongues? do all interpret?
31 But covet earnestly the best gifts: and yet shew I unto you a more excellent way.

He closes the chapter by listing some gifts, but here he clearly puts them in the order of importance in the body as he applies that which he has explained in this chapter by way of teaching and illustration. He has written that it is the Spirit who apportions the gifts that are to be exercised individually for the edification of the corporate body. He then used the human body to illustrate this, and has more than once said that we are one, but members individually. Now he applies the teaching to the Corinthian church, asking them in particular, "are all apostles? are all prophets? are all teachers? are all workers of miracles? do all have the gifts of healling? do all speak with tongues? do all interpret?

The hearers would, of course, have their answer ready: No way that all have all the gifts, for they had just heard Paul say that gifts are given individually for the collective benefit and had also heard him use the human body as an illustration of that teaching.

Paul then calls upon them to covet, or desire the best gifts; and then gives them the clue that he is not done teaching on this topic yet by saying; and yet I show unto you a more excellent way.

What are the best gifts? Are they the ones that he listed first? Or is he leading into the continuing discussion of this subject that, Lord-willing, we will take up next week? I am not sure at this point, but we will wait on the Lord.

Let us close this in application to our selves, summarizing what we heard the Lord say to us.

We are joined together by and in the Holy Spirit with God through His Son Jesus Christ.
Being in this union, we speak those things of God that the Spirit reveals to us from the Word.
The Holy Spirit gives unto each individual giftedness for the purpose of the body.
We are to recognize that there are greater gifts that are given according to the purposes of the Lord which are to be used to benefit the larger body.
As a result of different gifts given and received, there is to be a appreciation for other's giftedness through helping them to nurture, develop and use their gifts for the benefit of the larger body.
There is to be no divisions in the body due to the minimization of one's own giftedness or due to the minimization of another's giftedness.

To repeat what was written by this writer in the beginning of this writing....

This body of Christ or the church could be likened unto an orchestra in which there are many instruments that are distributed amongst the members of the orchestra, which are given according to their innate ability, which are then played by them as individuals to bring forth one unified sound. Each one has their own particular instrument and each one participates at their appointed time so as to create one harmonic sound.

In addition, a basketball team is made up of players who have certain abilities which have been given to them, talents which have been nurtured and improved, and who are placed by the coach in the positions which create a team that will work together for the purposes and goals of the team.

May the Lord give us his grace to hear what He says unto us, by allowing the Spirit to evaluate our attitudes and actions that we have in the body of believers that we are a part of and to seek His help in making those adjustments that may need to be made by ourselves in order to be that which He has called us to be and do in the body that we are a part of.

Together in Him,

Pastor Orval Wirkkala
Posted on 10 Feb 2013 by Pastor Orval Wirkkala
Praising Him! 2/03/2013
Grace, mercy and peace be to you from God our Father and from our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, now and always, Amen.

Let us prayerfully begin our meditation with a few questions. How well do I/you know someone? How do you/I get to know someone? Our father, our mother, our brother, our sister, our uncle, our aunt, our husband, our wife, our grandparent, a friend? What are the factors that affect "getting to know them?"

There are two things that affect this growth of knowing someone: The first is that there is time spent together in meaningful conversation, listening to them share with us and the second would be directly related as to how much , or how deeply they shared with us, which depends upon the trust level between the two people.

A human relationship grows directly upon the amount of quality, meaningful conversation that is shared between two people. It involves listening and speaking....When listening to someone else share it is important to give undivided attention to the other, and often it is very helpful to both parties when the listener repeats back to the speaker what was said. This allows both to stay on the same page, so to speak. But not only that, it binds the two together as the one speaking is assured that the listener is interested, engaged and connected in the conversation. It can be called mutual conversation and is needed in order to build any relationship.

But how about our relationship with God, with Jesus, with the Holy Spirit? Is it different? Well, let us take a look at our sermon text for today and see how David worked on his relationship with His Lord. Do these same principles work as we described above work to nurture, grow and continue our relationship with our God and our Lord? Let us see, but first a little introduction.


The 71st Psalm was written by King David when he was in the twilight years of his life. He writes of his trust in the Lord, and then asks the Lord to continue to be his shelter in the storms of life. In this psalm, the aged man looks back as he remembers that God was with him even from his mother's womb, was with him in his youth and now when he is old, he asks that the Lord would yet be with him to the end. David praises God continually (v 6) and then writes that because of his hope in the Lord, he praises Him more and more (v 14).

Our sermon text is from this 71st Psalm and along with the reading from 1 Chronicles 19, we are given insight into the mind and heart of David. Even though he was not allowed by God to build the temple, he provided leadership in offering materials that were needed for its building, recognizing that all that he had was actually God's and therefore he willingly gave that which he had been blessed with by the Lord. It was his knowledge of who the Lord was that motivated him to show his people that he was giving out of a thankful and abundant heart of praise.

This psalm provides direction to the young, encouragement to the middle aged and assurance to those who are in their later years, such as David was at the time he wrote this psalm. May we learn through the experience of his life which was lived in trust and commitment toward the Lord. How did he foster his relationship with his Lord and his God?


Let us now read in parts the 71st Psalm, recognizing that it was written by David as a unique person in the Old Testament who lived in knowledge of the promise of Jesus Christ in the future. He did not know the things about Jesus that we know today in our time, but he did know of the Messiah (Christ) to come. So when we hear God speak in this Psalm we need to understand it in light of the revelation that has come to us through the New Testament.

This Psalm is not designed to be a sermon so much as a prayer. We are like listening into a very intimate conversation between a human like us and the Almighty Creator, Savior and Sanctifier. It is important for our lives today that we approach it in this way, for in doing so we will be carrying on an conversation with Someone who certainly wants for us to get to know Him better day by day. He wants us to grow together in our relationshihp with Him. So, may the Holy Spirit descend upon us now and draw us toward our Savior and away from ourselves.....Lord, we look to you.......Let us enter into a place of holy communion as we repeat back to our God those things He has revealed to us previously as well as that which we hear Him say today.(Please understand that in order to illustrate what I have written above this will end up being like a teaching)

Let us hear what God has said, repeat back to Him of His promises, and then in our cries of help, refer back to that which He has said He is, what He has done for us in Christ and what He will do in us. We begin.....


KJV Psalm 71:1 In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust: let me never be put to confusion.
2 Deliver me in thy righteousness, and cause me to escape: incline thine ear unto me, and save me.
3 Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto I may continually resort: thou hast given commandment to save me; for thou art my rock and my fortress.
4 Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of the wicked, out of the hand of the unrighteous and cruel man.

Note: The word righteousness can be understood as rightness.

5 For thou art my hope, O Lord GOD: thou art my trust from my youth.
6 By thee have I been holden (leaned upon God) up from the womb: thou art he that took me out of my mother's (womb) bowels: my praise (adoration) shall be continually of thee.
7 I am as a wonder (sign, display of God's power) unto many; but thou art my strong refuge.
8 Let my mouth be filled with thy praise (adoration) and with thy honour (splendor) all the day.

He remembers our Lord's past provision, even from his youth, to his mother's womb ,as we do also. He was a king, but he gave glory to God for that high office, repeating back to God that which was true. In this humility he praised the Giver of all things. He praises God with his mouth, which he says is filled with praise. He lived a life of praise from his mothers' womb.....................

9 Cast me not off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength faileth.
10 For mine enemies speak against me; and they that lay wait for my soul take counsel together, {lay...: Heb. watch, or, observe}
11 Saying, God hath forsaken him: persecute and take him; for there is none to deliver him.
12 O God, be not far from me: O my God, make haste for my help.
13 Let them be confounded and consumed that are adversaries to my soul; let them be covered with reproach and dishonour that seek my hurt.

In his old age, in the weakness of strength that comes with the older years, he again cries out to God in dependence, recognizing that when he is weak his enemies want nothing more than to separate him from his God, through all kinds of devilish means. Again, in dependence and trust, he calls out to His God, our God, His Lord, our Lord. He speaks back to God of that which He has said will happen to those who resist Him. It is not as if David is taking care of this matter, but rather he is in a sense repeating back to God of that which God already says He will do to those who are against Him.


14 But I will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more.
15 My mouth shall shew forth thy righteousness and thy salvation all the day; for I know not the numbers thereof.
16 I will go in the strength of the Lord GOD: I will make mention of thy righteousness, even of thine only.
17 O God, thou hast taught me from my youth: and hitherto have I declared thy wondrous works.
18 Now also when I am old and grayheaded, O God, forsake me not; until I have shewed thy strength unto this generation, and thy power to every one that is to come.

He again turns back to hope, which is an expectant hope based on the promises of God, which causes him to praise more and more. Is he speaking of increasing reason to praise or is he referring to more time in praise? Either way it is good, for sure. His mouth is filled with speaking of those things that God has done for Him to the point that they cannot be numbered. He goes in the Lord's strength and not his own. He speaks of the righteousness of the Lord and not of his own, recognizing that from his youth he has been taught of the Lord. He is remembering of his earlier years in fellowship with the Lord through times in the house of the Lord, through time in fellowship with his family and now he repeats in thankfulness back to God of how he has been blessed by Him. He is remembering and speaking back to Him, for he has heard, has comprehended and it is clear from what David says that he heard that which the Lord spoke to him.

In verse 18, we see David again drawing on the checkbook of the Lord's promises, a bank account of help and blessing which can never be overdrawn. He now advances his thoughts to move from being delivered from confusion (1-4), from enemies (9-13) to having strength enough to speak to the current generation and even to the next one of the strength of the Lord. Wow, this is amazing. He not only is praising the Lord with his mouth continually, he is not only praising Him more and more, but now He is wanting this praise to come from the mouths of those who are coming after him. It is apparent that the joy of the Lord within the heart of David is increasing........as we shall see, it is going to burst forth into his prayer of praise....

19 Thy righteousness also, O God, is very high, who hast done great things: O God, who is like unto thee!

By faith David is laying hold of the ways of God, the Most High God, who has done great things in redeeming sin cursed mankind....He bursts out with this statement: O God, who is like unto thee! It is not a question, but it is a statement of praise, adoration, and thanksgiving......We see similar situations in the New Testament, in the life of Apostle Paul, who was a recipient of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and at times he was overwhelmed by the mercy of God toward him/us....

Romans 11;32 For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all.
33 O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out!
34 For who hath known the mind of the Lord? or who hath been his counsellor?
35 Or who hath first given to him, and it shall be recompensed unto him again?
36 For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.



20 Thou, which hast shewed me great and sore troubles, shalt quicken me again, and shalt bring me up again from the depths of the earth.
21 Thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side.
22 I will also praise thee with the psaltery, even thy truth, O my God: unto thee will I sing with the harp, O thou Holy One of Israel. {the psaltery: Heb. the instrument of psaltery}
23 My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing unto thee; and my soul, which thou hast redeemed.
24 My tongue also shall talk of thy righteousness all the day long: for they are confounded, for they are brought unto shame, that seek my hurt.

We then see David recount of how some of his darkest hours in life were passed through as the Lord revived him again out of the valleys that he was allowed to pass through. David could see the light at the end of the tunnel in his relationship with His Lord, recognizing that even though he could not understand the hand of the Lord on his life, he very well understood the heart of the Lord toward him. He knew that his greatness was not in himself, but in the power and the strength of the Lord, who would always comfort him on every side. Again, we see how David is repeating back to God of the promises that God has made from His mouth.

David was full of praise on the inside because of that which God had done for him, he praised him with the harp and with his voice and the reason is given at the end of verse 23: My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing unto thee; and my soul, which thou hast redeemed. (ransomed, rescued)
24 My tongue also shall talk of thy righteousness all the day long: for they are confounded, for they are brought unto shame, that seek my hurt.

David does not leave it uncertain as to why he is full of praise, of why he cries out "Who is like unto thee, O Lord!" His soul has been redeemed. By faith he was able to see the redemption that was shadowed in the sacrifices of lambs and goats that had been a part of his entire life. By faith he was able to believe that the righteousness of God was accomplished through the coming Messiah, in that the rightness that God required out of humans could not be accomplished through any other means but through the obedience of His Son Jesus Christ as the ransom for the sins of the world.

He also could see that all those who oppose God and his true followers would come to naught, so consequently there was no fear of them. For they are only able to kill the body and not the soul. He recognized that those who sided with God would be attacked, discredited, opposed and even killed. It is the same today, that when the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus is preached that those who oppose it will go to all means in order to silence those who speak of this Righteousness.

May the Lord bless our meditations as we enter into holy communion with Him, first of all listening to Him, repeating back to Him of what we hear and then living our lives in obedience to that which He speaks to us.

May we learn to pray not only the psalms, but all of the Scriptures so that we will hear what He says, repeat back to Him what He says and in so doing be assured, encourged, and guided on our way through this world which is passing away.

19 Thy righteousness also, O God, is very high, who hast done great things: O God, who is like unto thee!

What praise song am I singing to the Lord today? What song are you singing to Him today? I leave this song with us, one that in thinking of David's life he could have sung based on his knowledge of his Lord and his God. Our Lord and our God........

Mercies Anew (Sovereign Grace Music)

VERSE 1
Every morning that breaks
There are mercies anew
Every breath that I take
Is your faithfulness proved
And at the end of each day
When my labors are through
I will sing of Your mercies anew

VERSE 2
When I’ve fallen and strayed
There were mercies anew
For you sought me in love
And my heart you pursued
In the face of my sin
Lord, You never withdrew
So I sing of Your mercies anew

CHORUS
And Your mercies, they will never end
For ten thousand years they’ll remain
And when this world’s beauty has passed away
Your mercies will be unchanged

VERSE 3
And when the storms swirl and rage
There are mercies anew
In affliction and pain
You will carry me through
And at the end of my days
When Your throne fills my view
I will sing of Your mercies anew
I will sing of Your mercies anew

Pastor Orval Wirkkala

Posted on 03 Feb 2013 by Pastor Orval Wirkkala

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