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What Is A Vineyard Church

What churches are most like a Vineyard?

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The Early Church Yes. Which Is according to Mark 16 v 16, Acts 2 v's 37 - 41 which Fulfills Matt.28 v's 19 - 20. Whom the devil with the roman leaders, nero & the crusades to kill off the Early Church Saints, so the devil 2nd.Cor. 11 v's 14 - 15 using man to start the trin rcc. Then her offspring daughters trin churches came later. The devil does his prunings also. There is more of the Man - mades in the world beginning with the rcc.

God does prune His Church also, same as The Early Church & there is less of The One God Jesus name Church of The Living God in the world. Fear ye not little flock for you are the Fathers good pleasure.
---Lawrence on 8/7/10

Jesus' church is the most like a vinyard. The father is always pruning branches that don't bear fruit but Jesus is alive in the branches that remain in him / the vine and those are the branches that bear much fruit.
---DavidA on 3/18/09

Anne if you are watching this thread, perhaps I should have been more like you and just posted the scripture. Then I would have noticed that he doesn't prune branches that don't bear fruit, he cuts them off. He prunes the ones that do. Thanks Ann for that pruning.

"I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself, it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.
---DavidA on 3/18/09

**I've always believed in the Early Church.**

If you really want the Early Church as she was and still is, Donna, and not as you imagine her to be, try Orthodoxy.
---katavasia on 3/10/09

Mima...I thought you used that term on purpose as a little "tongue in cheek." I enjoyed even if you didn't mean to. It actually fits the description of "word of faith" a lot.
---SusieB on 3/10/09

What churches are most like a Vineyard? Your mondern day pop-evangelist churches.

The bubble-gum, watered down word churches are what they are most like.

I've always believed in the Early Church. They gathered from house to house, worshipping, singing songs, sharing a meal, taking communion and then waiting on the Holy Spirit and ALL share what the Lord is saying, not just one person teach.
---donna8365 on 3/10/09

Yes I made a mistake. I shoud have wrote Faith instead of fate.
---mima on 3/9/09

Word of Fate? Now that is funny!
---SusieB on 3/9/09


Surley you mean "Word of Faith"?

The question asks "What churches are most like a Vinyard?" It does not ask about churches called "Vinyard."
---bruce5656 on 3/9/09

I have found Vineyard churches to be a curious mix of Baptist and Word of Fate practices. I believe they are more like Baptist than Word of Fate. But still in Mexico and other places I have heard many ideas expressed in Vineyard churches that would be closer to the Word of Fate than anything else.
---mima on 3/9/09

Vineyard churches are your modern day churches, but I love their worship music. Some of them are very deep in the Lord, and the teachers and Pastors of the Word of God are phenominal - they teach the meat of the word, not just milk.

The one that was established out in Kansas City was the best. Not sure if it still exists out there, but the one here on the east coast still does and it's very modern day, usual worship songs, milk of the word is taught, etc.,
---donna8365 on 3/9/09

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