I read an article once on generosity that says emerging generations view spontaneity as the hallmark of being generous. Older generations are much more aligned to the planning aspect. In our culture we need to stop viewing organization as being less spiritual. Often it is quite the opposite.
Set in order
As we read Titus 1:5-9, Paul gives Titus a mission to set in order what remains. This mission is similar to what he instructs Timothy. First Corinthians 11 and 14 also deal with the matter of things being done in order. The idea: masking sure people are built up. Things that are important are planned.
In Ephesians 4 Paul describes gifts Jesus gave to organize his religion we call the church. The purpose of these gifts was to equip all followers of Christ to fulfill their God given mission on Earth. The originator of organized church and professional clergy comes from God himself. Why? Because you plan for what is most important. For Jesus, that is you. He died for you. He made sure things were in order so that you are cared for!
But it doesn’t feel spiritual
For many, especially younger people, things that are organized do not feel exciting or great. When we are older we apprentice order and organization much much more. This isn’t to say that spontaneity is evil or bad. Quite the opposite. What I am saying is that while organization may not feel spiritual, it very much is. It’s not the purpose of the church’s existence, but organization is a vital aspect.