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"EAR'S TO HEAR!"
10/15/17 - 10/21/17
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The Reformation has never ended. It is just beginning.
"Not in word only,
but in power"
1 Cor. 4:20
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WORD OF ADMONITION:
Falsehoods have many wings. Never judge anything by its popularity or by its majority.
Can you find anyone in the New Testament who was
hired by the congregation?
LIE OF THE WEEK
“God has ordained all of our Sunday services for your benefit!”
THIS WEEK’S CHURCH
1) A term used as bait to lure members into mindless, zombie-like submission; 2) Growth and/or development in submitting to your church elders (viewed a spiritual progress); 3) An observable activity, especially with reference to being present at all of the stated meetings of the church.
“Janet is showing signs of spiritual progress. She comes to all of
the stated meetings!”
False worship is everywhere and highly visible, but true worship is rare and hidden from carnal sight. False worship is often visible because the worshippers seek to be seen of men and to have the approval of men, but true worship is for the praise of God and Him alone. False worship is built upon having a "place" for people to come to so that the works of men may continue to be carried out.
True worship doesn’t take place just by engaging in man's “Sunday Go to Church” routine.
These are great truths that the vast majority of church members have not grasped to this day.
If anyone ever tells you that they have a "New Testament church," ask them a simple question: “Who's the pastor?”
If you get a title and a name in response, you may respond with sublime confidence: "Oh no you don't have a New Testament church!"
In the New Testament and in the early church up till about 150 A.D., THERE WAS NO SUCH THING AS "THE PASTOR." There is nothing in mainstream Christendom that offends the UNscriptural, perverse, worldly church order so much as attacks upon the holy, sacred, and venerable institution known as "The Pastor."
But it needs to be hammered home despite the difficultly that many will have with it. So, here it is again: In the New Testament and in the early church up till about 150 A.D., THERE WAS NO SUCH THING AS “THE PASTOR!”
THIS WEEK'S BIBLE VERSE
Better is a little that the righteous have than the abundance of many wicked.
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