Business vs. Church.
Matrix vs. Silo.
Interdependence vs Independence.
One of the features that business leaders have to deal with in companies is what is called ‘silo’ mentality.
A company is a body with moving parts. If you take the sales department and they go off on ‘a frolic of their own’ marketing and selling a wrong product at the wrong price, the whole of the rest of the company suffers.
The Lord told me a while back
‘I am the Matrix’
Now this means ‘womb’ in Hebrew.
Womb means a place in which anything is formed or made.
Everything is linked together dependent on each other to work properly.
In other words
He is saying all you need is in me to be formed or made perfectly and operate correctly.
For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily;
The solution to silo mentality in businesses is to create interdependence and firm links between departments.
This is called a ‘Matrix’ style management.
This means when one department in the company has a problem the other department heads get together to help them .
In silos if there is problem in one part of the company, the proverbial monkey is chucked back over the wall between the silos with the comment ‘ your problem, you solve it’
The Ecclesia has taken on the corporate silo model that Yeshua never planned.
He wished us to help each other and be interdependent. Not set up rival congregations with different rules and identities.
He wanted us to network but not exclusively.
Having one esoteric network that rivals another creates silos again at a different level. .
(of two or more people or things) dependent on each other.
Independence is the opposite of the above. Not connected with another. The lone wolf mentality.
He wanted us all to be in the same matrix and same womb. His.
“I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit; for without Me you can do nothing.
Psalm 23 verse 1. Revelation
Translating the Hebrew literally
Yehova the self existent God existing independently of other beings and causes, tends the flock: I shall not lack.
We do not need to be independent.
Back to the womb!