In the Old Testament, there were prophets, prophetess, and hight priests. The New Testament names, apostle, prophets/ess, evangelists, pastors, teachers, bishops, deacons, ministers and missionaries. These were all gifts for the edification of the church. Question for eveyone, why is it that there isn't a single solitary church operating in all of these gifts. All of them work together for the edification of the Body of Christ and yet, we are handicap. Handicap because the most important gifts are not believed in such as apostles and prophets.
Biblically, there is no reason why these gifts shouldn't be implemented in our churches. Especially because they help build the church. You can not have just some, and leave out the rest. So why is it that man believes in the bible but despise the higher offices and dismiss them?
by Disappearinghead3 years ago
If a doctrine or belief that is taught by the Church today was unknown to the 1st century Apostolic Church, is it a valid doctrine? Is it inspired by God, or is it a false manmade doctrine?
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by Liam Hannan6 years ago
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