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    Restoring New Testament practices to today'sChurc

    Has anyone ever heard from : Restoring New Testament practices to today's Church ?

    Any thoughts ?
    * Ralph Wilms (7-10-1974)
    * Church : Becoming catholic

    It is clear that he does not pray, who, far from uplifting himself to God, requires that God shall lower Himself to him, and who resorts to prayer not to stir the man in us to will what God wills, but only to persuade God to will what the man in us wills."-ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (12251274)

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    Never saw it before brother. I see they have a meeting in my area though.
    Kind of 'emergent church' like on the surface. At least they have a good confession.
    Psa 55:16 As for me, I will call upon God; and the LORD shall save me.
    Psa 55:17 Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.
    James Farley
    Husband of Melissa and father of Ann.
    Grandfather to Owen and Claire
    Member and precentor of Psalms at Grace Reformed Presbyterian, Dublin Va.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2003
    Home-sized and home-based churches (thus, smaller rather than larger fellowships) that are linked together into networks of other autonomous house churches (Ro 16:5, 1Co 1:27-29, Col 4:15, Phlm 2). City-wide church activities might include larger rented facilities where evangelism, leadership training, the equipping of the saints, multi-church Bible studies, public worship, etc. occur. However, the regular Lord’s Day meeting of the local church is to be in homes. Primary and weekly are the local house church meetings; secondary (and optional) are larger (multi-church) gatherings.
    Wasn't Antioch like 3000 strong?
    Grace and Peace in Christ,

    Brett Rader
    Redeemer Presbyterian(PCA)
    Austin, TX


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