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  1. They were all virgins, spiritually. I could be wrong but i think they were all 'born again'. An apostasy, falling away is predicted. And that man of sin be revealed. To fall away from something, you got to be there first. He's coming back for an ekklesia that is without spot or blemish. Is there a part of the ekklesia that is with spot and blemish? Is there a servant that got tired of waiting for His Master's return and began to slide and compromise? And the other point. We are to run from the covetous, 1Cor. 5:11, and the arrogant. Matt. 23:12, also if they seek the preeminence in a gathering, 3 John, and bear a religious title, Matt. 23:4-12 Elders are to serve freely. Not for gain. 1Peter 5 They are to work secular jobs. Acts 20 So all these commands in God's word need to be taken seriously. All these sins quench the Holy Spirit, 1Thess. 5:19, making impotent the body of Christ. Also the open meeting with full participation of every member and their gifts according to 1Cor.12, Romans12, and Ephesians4, is ignored completely, adding to the total disfunction and defeat of the folks. So i do believe that a comotose condition has entrapped the body of Christ in a strangle hold not just keeping Jesus out of the assembly but sapping the spiritual strength out of Christ's body and rendering it inadequate for the spiritual battle we are called to. The 'fallig away' has had its affect. Add all this up and you have a portion of the believers without full lamps of oil.
  2. Elders that dont work should not eat. Acts 20
  3. Little is much if God is in it. Much is little if He isnt.
  4. 5 were in a 'church' coma, 5 were awake to the false doctrines, errors, and apostacy.
  5. Only 2 targets after your family and parents. The poor and the itenerent preacher.
  6. Anyone who charges for the gospel. Freely you received, freely give. Any one who exalts himself with a religious title. Matt. 23:8-12, causing pride and division. Any elder who refuses to work. Acts 20 Anyone who corners the market on all ministries. 1Cor.12, Ephesians4, Romans12 Anyone who is greedy for money. 1Peter 5 Anyone who is egotistical. Matt. 23:12
  7. 1Cor. 14:26 How is it then, brethren? when ye come together, everyone of you hath a psalm, hath a doctrine, hath a tongue, hath a revelation, Let all things be done unto edufying. vs. 37-38 If any man think to be a prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge that the things that I write unto you are the commandments of the Lord. But if any man be ignorant,let him be ignorant.
  8. 1Cor. 14:26 ...when you come together, everyone of you has a psalm, a doctrine, a tongue, a revelation, an interpretation. Let all things be done unto edifying. vs.37 If any man think himself to ba a prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge that these things that I write unto you are the commandments of the Lord.
  9. But the problem is that our daily focus gets gummed up when an exalted man becomes king of the congregation. All ministries abide in him or so it is believed. He is looked to as a mediator like the pope or catholic priest. We must look to him instead if Jesus. And we must pay him well while the folks and their gifts sit dormant. See all my threads for more info. God bless. truthforfree.com
  10. Exactly. He set the example. Then why do men elevate themselves as kings in the 'church'?
  11. It wasn't intentional believe me. I fought long and hard to fulfill some things. God had a better plan.
  12. After close to 45 years of hopimg to have a 3 part harmony contemporary christian band, and God has said no, i am convinced of this. Many of our gifts wont be realized till He sets up His kingdom. Many will disagree and thats ok. Just telling you what i have experienced. But what God has given me instead is well worth it. A clear ear to hear Him when He speaks. To lead others to the Lord with His anointing present. I am grateful. Its exciting. I even wanted to be a part of a southern gospel quartet. Not gonna happen. Yea its been painful through the decades, I use to say years, but im ok. I get it. Im not the sharpest tool in the shed by far, but i see so many gospel super stars, not all, that have compromised to get up the ladder of success. Mixing with occult imagery, softening their view on homosexualiry, islam, popery, you name it! And money and arrogance. No i am not perfect. But i just see these things have taken hold in recent years. So i think, where would i be if all the doors of opportunity were wide open. A life of compromise? But for the grace of God, there go I? So if you feel somewhat rejected and your gifts have been back burnered, I say rejoice. God has you in a special protective place. It may be that realization of your talents and open doors may be put on hold till He comes back and sets the universe in order. So much wacky stuff going on today. Do you really want to be a part of it anyhow? I dont. Not worth losing the closeness to the Lord I have. I'll gladly stay out of the limelight in order to have the lamblight! What say you?
  13. All good thoughts. Thank you.
  14. Im sorry. 59:15
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