True Christians, seeking to remain faithful to our Master

Posted by John Ruffle in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

True Christians, seeking to remain faithful to our Master or those returning from the apostasy of the accommodating church, need to band together in love, first with unified and practical concern for one another, and then in a defense of the faith that centres around caring fir the flock and never hesitating to receive true converts truely catachised. I’m not sure how much of a political voice we can be as a Church … but a prophetic voice – most certainly. This all reads very much (globally I’m talking) like the persecutions of the first 3 centuries. Should we expect less in these end of days, however long they may last? Was this what Jesus may have been illuding to, when he asked if he will find faith on the earth when he returns? What does the Church need? As I see it (and I stand to be corrected if I am wrong) the Church of Jesus Christ needs strong and courageous Bishops, Priests and Deacons, duely ordained and filled with the Holy Spirit, sanctified to the task, not looking back from the plough.

The peace of the Lord be with you.

Charles Page [11/14/2015 11:41 AM]
“truly catechised” which catechism?

John Kissinger [11/14/2015 1:08 PM]
true that

David Lavoie [11/14/2015 6:33 PM]
(y)
walk together speak Together in love
Love of our Master
our savior and His Love for All.
And especially us.
ya.
My God shall supply all Your needs
according To His Riches
My oh My
🙂

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True Christians, seeking to remain faithful to our Master

Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

True Christians, seeking to remain faithful to our Master or those returning from the apostasy of the accommodating church, need to band together in love, first with unified and practical concern for one another, and then in a defense of the faith that centres around caring fir the flock and never hesitating to receive true converts truely catachised. I’m not sure how much of a political voice we can be as a Church … but a prophetic voice – most certainly. This all reads very much (globally I’m talking) like the persecutions of the first 3 centuries. Should we expect less in these end of days, however long they may last? Was this what Jesus may have been illuding to, when he asked if he will find faith on the earth when he returns? What does the Church need? As I see it (and I stand to be corrected if I am wrong) the Church of Jesus Christ needs strong and courageous Bishops, Priests and Deacons, duely ordained and filled with the Holy Spirit, sanctified to the task, not looking back from the plough.

The peace of the Lord be with you.

Charles Page [11/14/2015 11:41 AM]
“truly catechised” which catechism?

John Kissinger [11/14/2015 1:08 PM]
true that

David Lavoie [11/14/2015 6:33 PM]
(y)
walk together speak Together in love
Love of our Master
our savior and His Love for All.
And especially us.
ya.
My God shall supply all Your needs
according To His Riches
My oh My
🙂

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