Zane

     The name Zane means ‘God’s gracious gift’.  The word ‘gift’ here has to do with the spiritual gifts mentioned in the book of Galatians in the Bible.  It deals with the abilities and talents the Lord gives this man. Once Zane has given his heart and soul to the Giver of Life, he then becomes a gift himself, sent into the world to be used as an instrument.  This is his true purpose and calling in life.

The Lord sends Zane into many places to do many different things for all sorts of people. Zane is one who is a ‘jack of all trades’ because he can do various things, and do them well.  Not just in the physical sense either, all though it can be applied that way.  Usually it means that if someone is needed to support and lift you up, in times of trouble or just in the day-to-day way of life, Zane is there. He is that kind of man. Zane is the man you call on when you need something done, done right, and right away. He is not a slacker.  Zane is a good ‘right hand’ especially when a hand is needed.  You can depend on him. Zane is a friend when a friend is needed.

Zane is the kind of Christian upon which the Church is built. He might be one of those men who actually physically and literally build it but that is not what we are talking about here. Here we are talking about what the Church needs as its foundation in order to fulfill God’ s plan for His people who ARE the Church. There are still prophets , teachers, interpreters of tongues, dreams and visions and all those we find in the Old Testament as well as the New. These have not passed away. And Zane is one of those men.

Philippians 4:13  I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

 

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