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Are C-Sections Biblical
  
I have never had a c-section, but I am sure if I had I would not go to hell. Things happen the way the Lord wants them to. One day we will be able to ask Him ourselves. Until then you should just pray for the answers and guidance from the Lord, God is our judge, not people.


Are You Save And How
  
We are saved by grace and faith lest anyone should boast


What Is Spiritual Abuse
  
Spiritual abuse is blaspheming the Holy Spirit or coercing anyone annointed or who is a priest prophet or Holy person which causes lies false prophesizing. Its also spirits entering the body and using your body or mind for its body


Witness But Don't Worship
  
I agree with you. The local church was to assembly together to do the things you mentioned plus other things. However, corporate or group worship in the assembly of believers is never instructed in the New Testament. Look at Paul's letters to the churches, not one word on worship.


Witness But Don't Worship
  
Rebecca D. As previously stated, there is only one place in the NT where believers worship is discussed (John 4:20-24). This discussion is by Jesus Christ himself and I believe it is quite adequate to answer your questions concerning the definition of worship and what it consists of. I urge you to read these five verses several times over.


Witness But Don't Worship
  
To Rickey on 2/24: No offense, but you established your own definitions and examples of worship (e.g. "ministering to the Lord is worshipping Him"). Sounds good, but does scripture support that? John 4:20-24 is the only place in the New Testament where believers worship is discussed. "... true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God is a spirit: and they that worship him must worship in spirit and in truth."


Witness But Don't Worship
  
To Rebecca D on 2/24: No offense, but you are establishing your own definitions of worship and its application. But you are not the only one. Our final authority for faith and practice should be Gods Word. The very first mention of worship is when Abraham went to sacrifice his son (Gen. 22:5). How does that fit in with your definition and examples? Where do you find the worship practices taking place in the church today in the New Testament?


Witness But Don't Worship
  
To John on 2/24. Jesus explained "true worship" in John chapter 4. True worship that the Father is seeking should take place in spirit and in truth in the believer 24/7. The so called "worship" talking place in churches today cannot be found anywhere in the New Testament.


Witness But Don't Worship
  
I agree with you. The local church was to assembly together to do the things you mentioned plus other things. However, corporate or group worship in the assembly of believers is never instructed in the New Testament. Look at Paul's letters to the churches, not one word on worship.


KJV Bible Found In A Cave
  
The question assumes they would all become some "denomination." In reality I believe, some would read God's word and accept Jesus Christ as their Saviour, some would not. These believers would form new testament local churches. Down through the generations, there would be an apostasy (a falling away) of some just as there has been starting with the 1st century christians. But their would probably be a faithful remnant of persecuted believers just as there has been down the ages.



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