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care for persecuted

CHRISTIANS

The

CHRISTIAN

Institute

Defending the rights of

Christians to express

their genuine beliefs.

Helping people to have a better life on their way to hell is not the purpose of the ‘Church.’

Good works are good, but who gets the glory? Is it you? Is it the church? Or is it Jesus?

Jesus and Mary

and the Disciples

 

The Perfect Church

 

It is presently under construction at a few places that are

attempting the impossible.

To make it happen, read 1 Cor 12 and also 1 Cor 13 and

follow the simple instructions and watch your church grow.

 

You will be known by the love that you have for one another.

That’s what Jesus said.

 

Most churches have outreach ‘missions’. We feel good about

ourselves when we give to those worse off. It can be easier to

show ‘love’ to a suffering stranger in Africa by sending clothes

or money, than it is to than show love to someone on the same

pew.

In most churches there are people who have never had a

conversation with other pew sitters, ever, or for years.

People tend to sit in the same seats and speak to the same people.

 

The minimum requirement should be that when someone begins to

attend a church, the leaders and their wives should introduce

themselves - is that too much to ask?

 

You have probably heard that you could never find the perfect church

because when you did it would become imperfect when you arrived.

In other words, we are all imperfect, but.........................

Where is the love you speak of when you cannot even speak to the people in your own church, or be bothered to know anything about them?

 

What is the difference between the human interaction happening in your church and the interaction that happens in a pub, or a club?

 

Is there a noticeable Holy Spirit difference?