"It is sown a natural body; it is raised a
spiritual body. There is a natural body, and
there is a spiritual body." 1 CORINTHIANS 15:44
Here's an example:
We all have feet. We put socks and shoes on them and we get up and go! Have you considered what feet might represent in God's Kingdom?
Our feet represent our will.
Our feet move us and take us from one place to another - from here to there, to good or to bad - and they get dirty, polluted by the dust of this world.
The same thing happens with our will. Like our feet, our desires will take us to places. They will move us towards God or away from Him. Our will also gets polluted by the filth of this world.
So, it becomes necessary that, as with our feet in a natural setting get washed, our will also needs washing by our LORD. Our will must be kept clean so it will always take us where it pleases Him. "Jesus saith to him, He that is washed needeth not save to wash his feet, but is clean every whit: and ye are clean, but not all" (John 13:10).
There is a deeper meaning to everything in the created world -the trees, the sky, the sun, the light, the darkness. Everything is natural and spiritual at the same time. The same is true about our bodies. We can't translate these things literally. The mystery of God is not revealed to us fully (see Deuteronomy 29:29 and 1 Corinthians 13:12), but we can search out what God may be teaching us through the natural/spiritual connection. What does God intend for us to know by these things? We can find inspiration and strength to consecrate ourselves in these deeper meanings so we can pursue the holiness to which we've been called.
The poster bellow is meant to be a guide for us to see the spiritual meaning behind a very natural drawing of a person. As you consider the spiritual aspects that are pointed out, look for God to speak to your heart and reveal to you His Kingdom and how you can walk in righteousness there.