independent from any church organization
These are Christians who follow the Gospel of Christ, but do
not go to Church, fully confident that they don't have to -
as it is written. Some of these do meet regularly with others to
break bread and drink wine (Communion/Eucharist/Breaking of Bread).
The woman saith unto him, Sir, I
perceive that thou art a prophet (note: she says prophet, not
knowing that he is 'The Christ').
Jhn 4:20 Our fathers worshipped in this mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is the place where men ought to worship.
Jhn 4:21 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, believe me, the
hour cometh, when ye shall neither in this mountain, nor yet at
Jerusalem, worship the Father.
Jhn 4:22 Ye worship ye know not what: we know what we worship: for salvation is of the Jews.
Jhn 4:23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true
worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the
Father seeketh such to worship him.
Jhn 4:24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
Among these Christians, you will find many that will baptise believers into the Church of Christ.
Note that: if one of
these is baptising children you know that that one is a deceiver, or a
fool and so not one from the church of Christ: for Christ states that
you shall not enter the kingdom of heaven before you become like little
children - meaning 'are born again of water' - meaning: are
baptised. Who would wash a clean garment to clean it? A fool or a
As believers we must understand that:
a) 'A Church', including 'The Church' by default is classed Protestant as it is not Catholic; they did not even exist then.
And because of this auto-classification, we must understand that there are four classes of protestants: - catholic protestants who protest amongst each other;
- the protestants of the non-Catholic churches who protest against the Catholic churches;
- the 'Independent Christians' believers who follow God alone and no worldly Church organisation.
- those of the world population who are not religious and so do not follow any church or God.
b) Why there are different churches.
c) Also, that one
needs not go to church to be a Christian, but that one must follow the
law of Christ - The Twelve Commandments and the doctrine
thereupon, be baptised and follow - the following
being clear of fornication or other premeditated sins.
d) We also know the
definition of 'Christian': one that follows Christ, not just a
believer, but a follower who has Repented, Understood all the
commandments and the doctrine, as written in the Gospel and partly in
the Old Testament, and was baptised into Christ's Church.
Devoutly and obediently, we at
home must also continue one in spirit and break the bread and drink the
wine at least once weekly with our family, and not necessarily on
Sunday. This can be done during lunch and needs not be a specific
occasion, as that's the way it is meant to be done and was done in the
beginning, first by Jesus at the Last Supper, then by the early
Christians (true Christians).
See communion and also Satan in the churches.
REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU READ THE GOSPEL
It's not how you like to see it; it is the way it is.
A blind man can not lead a blind man, for both fall in to a ditch.
Him that has eyes, let him see; him that has ears, let him hear.
Read the Gospel, Get one.
one soul, in the entire Bible, was called to ANY church of men!
Men are called to the Church of Christ, which is: The assembly of
them accepting the Doctrine of Christ, Repenting, then Baptising into
his Church (his church existing first of him, then his constitution,
and then everyone that follows) - in short:
Faith, Repentance and Baptism = Church of Christ. These are the stages
we must go through to become members of 'The Church'.
a) Faith comes to you as you read and believe it to be true.
Repentance happens when you feel drawn to answer to the calling of
Jesus, feeling regret for your sins. Then you will choose to turn from
your ways and 'Repent' meaning that you discard all that God
disapproves of and embrace all that God approves of.
c) Baptism you do once you are ready to surrender, knowing all the commandments and the doctrine you must follow.
All the devils in the churches
of men can fool idiots and the blind by seemingly going through the
above mentioned three stages and play holy. But dear readers, not
one of them shall ever fool the almighty God that they have turned to
him: not one. So be not like them, but ponder your path
carefully; pave your way, considering the entire doctrine so that you
do not fool your self that you are a Christian when you are but a mere
believer. A Christian is a repented and baptized person, the same being
Don't be fooled at staged
(so-called) Christian meetings where a person named minister is
preaching people into a 'frenzy' and moves them to come forward and
baptize there and then. Once the frenzy is gone, you're
back to reality: a transgressor and a sinner! Any minister of Christ
will preach the Gospel and not his own doctrine; and the Gospel
motivates us to 'Repent' and then 'Baptize': meaning we will have to
read, consider, meditate and question ourselves and others before we
move further. And this does not happen within a few hours during
a preaching session - save in VERY exceptional
And I know you shall hate me, as they hated him, for you that hate me are like them who hated him, back then:
MAT 5: 44 But I say
unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them
that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and
persecute you; LUK 6: 22 Blessed are ye, when men shall
hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and
shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of
man's sake. JOH 7: 7 The world cannot hate you; but me it
hateth, because I testify of it, that the works thereof are evil.
JOH 15: 18 If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me
before it hated you. JO1 3: 13 Marvel not, my brethren, if
the world hate you.