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      The LORD Will Add to HIS Church.

      Tuesday, March 13, 2007

      WE SEE A CLEAR PICTURE of the Church in the book of Acts being used and run by God. The phrase “the Lord added to the church.” has spoken volumes to me recently. The church is the Lord’s. He is the head of the Church. Man may usurp the authority of Christ but He still rules over His Church. The Lord is in control of His Church. Church's that are Christ-less are not His Church. The true Church will stand alone in "that day" as a bride adorned for her bridegroom. God's Church is a glorious Church. A Victorious Church. A Holy Church.

      "Let the Church be the Church" has been an anthem in some movements in the past. I believe that is a clarion cry from the heart of God. We need to allow God to be God and the Church be the Church. We need to stop adding the world to the Church and try and change the Church to fit the world. The Church is what people are looking for not for the world mixed with the Church. When Christ is head of the Church it becomes an agent of change in this world. Then the Lord will add to this Church. "That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish." - Ephesians 5:27.


      - Greg Gordon

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