Category Archives: Meeting for Worship

Let’s meet . . .

Let’s meet as a bouquet of Christ-followers, all radiating His glory together. Let’s meet like a box of chocolates, all sharing Jesus’ sweetness with one another. Let’s meet as a bunch of grapes, all clustered & connected to Christ the … Continue reading

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Forgivers, enemy-lovers, and Divine visitation

Christ-followers are called to be forgivers and enemy-lovers. We cannot afford to be offended when our comfort zone is breached. So how are we doing? “Examine yourselves to see whether you are in the faith.” 2 Corinthians 13:5. Are you: 1) … Continue reading

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Beyond a church program into waiting on God’s presence

What if “wait upon the Lord” Literally means to set aside Our church programs, plans, and agendas, And for all present to wait and listen Until the living God, Himself, Tells someone to say or do something? “But they that … Continue reading

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Palliteration–11 words in pursuit of Christ’s ekklesia

Palliteration — 11 words in pursuit of Christ’s ekklesia. (Alliteration is “the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.” Therefore pallaliteration is “the occurance of the p sound at the beginning … Continue reading

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Gg Meetings Make Men (And Women) Mighty!

I walked into a God-gathering (Gg) while in college and was instantly transformed as I heard ordinary people tell about their experiences with Jesus. I have never been the same. To this day I still get tears in my eyes … Continue reading

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God-Gatherings

A God-gathering is a meeting where (2 or more) everyday people come together to each one listen to God and then speak what God tells him, resulting in a divinely orchestrated time in God’s presence. God-gatherings are open and unprogrammed. … Continue reading

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The Phantom Commandment Challenge — Church Without A 1-Man Sermon?

— The Phantom Commandment Challenge — The Phantom Commandment says: “Church shall contain a one-man sermon.” However, I can’t find it anywhere in the Bible.  Can you find the Phantom Commandment (or any statement that resembles it) in the Bible? It’s … Continue reading

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