church, life, missions, theology July 17, 2018 Modern day apostles in the church? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post apostleschurchdaymodern PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleMessenger Confidentials: Many Days Next articleWHERE DID JESUS GO AFTER HE DIED ON THE CROSS? 15 Comments Reply July 17, 2018 Scotty Searan I believe there are modern day apostles Reply July 17, 2018 Varnel Watson yeah I say unto thee Peter Vandever neah you say unto me Joe Absher does your church ordain apostles? Terry Wiles are there apostles in your area? Link Hudson name a few bro Scotty Reply July 17, 2018 Joe Absher Is this a trap or something? Aren’t Apostles ordained by God. But you ask. We have a guy in town that people say is the 13th apostle or something. I never been there. I don’t know. If you ain’t praying in Jesus name it’s a no. You got nothing coming. I don’t care who you are. Titles won’t help you. I met a missionary once started and nurtures dozens of churchs but you’d never know it. Seems like a regular guy. No fuss. No title or fancy robes. I believe the title and office of Apostle is legitimate even if there are abuses and fakes. But before you get upset there are fake bishops and fake preachers too. You may as well set the table. For the record God has always had mercy on me in giving me good pastors. I don’t know any fake pastors. There’s no glory in changing diapers or tending sheep. Week after week year after year they’re there. Don’t ask to fight anybody over it. If you’re happy with the way things are in your church good for you. I couldn’t be more happy. God bless you. Reply July 17, 2018 Joe Absher 2 Corinthians 11:13 KJV — For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. These are ones that glory in men. Reply July 17, 2018 Scotty Searan I believe the role of apostles and prophets are still in operation in our churches, but because we hold the office of the Apostle and prophet in such a high estate most do not want the office attached to them. To say the office of the Apostle and Prophets have been done away with, would also help in the argument that some of the Gifts of The Spirit have been done away with. To which I disagree.. In fact I believe most of our Patriarchs and Matriarchs of the Pentecostal movement at the end of the 1800s and the beginning of the 1900s was Apostles and Prophets. I don’t believe many would argue that David Wilkerson qualified for the office of an Apostle, because God sent him on a special mission and calling for NYC. He was also a prophet, Evangelist, Pastor/teacher. There is a nondenominational church called the church of the Apostles in Atlanta, Ga. Well there is the fodder let’s chew on it. Reply July 18, 2018 Scotty Searan I know a well respected lady Sis Virginia-Lemieux Shepard in the NW Florida District of the Assemblies of God that planted 2 churches. I believe that was an Apostle role. Reply July 18, 2018 Daniel J Hesse I know a Scottish profit! Reply July 18, 2018 Daniel J Hesse Oh I meant prophet. Reply July 18, 2018 Varnel Watson Daniel J Hesse any prophets in our AG today? Reply July 18, 2018 Daniel J Hesse Big Question? Reply July 18, 2018 Scotty Searan Troy Day Do you believe a person will call themselves a prophet, taking in consideration today is not like it was in Old Testament days, when God just spoke to a few at any given time. Yet today the Holy Ghost could and will speak with different people at various places all over the world and some may give a prophetic message. IMHO we won’t see a prophet as the Old Testament prophets till we see the TWO WITNESSES mentioned in Revelations Reply July 18, 2018 Daniel J Hesse Ephesians it says …he gave apostles, prophets…..the word…gave…(past tense)… Reply July 18, 2018 Daniel J Hesse ???? Reply July 18, 2018 Varnel Watson ??? in AOG too ??? Reply July 18, 2018 Varnel Watson was hoping Terry Wiles to ordain us with his .org Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Leave a Reply to Scotty Searan Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.