Where Could I Go.

The cry of many a heart that attends the Sunday-meeting-gathering in the many a segregated denominated buildings seeking in vain for spiritual reality is;

Where could I go
Oh where could I go
Seeking a refuge for my soul
Needing a friend
To lead in the end
Where could I go but to the Lord?

This heart cry of the saints has gone on for a long time and will continue to be the heart cry of believers for has long as they are willing to live in bondage to the deception that the devil-inspired, man-made, man-ordained, man-run, man-led cultured church experience and what takes place in the temples made with hands in the Sunday-event-meeting is Church reality.

The true Church is something far removed from the substitute that is accepted as Church reality.

We are writing to you about something which has always existed yet which we ourselves actually saw and heard: something which we had an opportunity to observe closely and even to hold in our hands, and yet, as we know now, was something of the very Word (Jesus) of life himself! For it was life (Jesus) which appeared before us: we saw it, we are eye-witnesses of it, and are now writing to you about it. It was the very life (Jesus) of all ages, the life (Jesus) that has always existed with the Father, which actually became visible in person (Jesus) to us mortal men. We repeat, we really saw and heard what we are now writing to you about. We want you to be with us in this—in this fellowship with the Father, and Jesus Christ his Son. We must write and tell you about it, because the more that fellowship extends the greater the joy it brings to us who are already in it (1John 1:3-4).

Church reality is the community of the redeemed living life experiences in fellowship with the Godhead and each other to bring the Good News of the Gospel to the community of humanity, and the spiritual reality of living that truth can never be confined to weekend meeting experiences that are far removed from life living!


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