– The Spiritual Revolution

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The Spiritual Revolution

Make a Rapid Paradigm Shift from Organized Religion to New Testament Christianity

Introduction to the Spiritual Revolution
Churches send preachers out v. Churches hire preachers to serve them
Intentional evangelism v. Visitors might accidentally learn what they need
Saints build the body in unity v. That’s why we hired a preacher
Members gifts developed v. Members do no more than sit in a pew
Mutual edification v. Clergy/laity
Each one has a psalm v. Designated song leaders
Each one has a teaching v. Designated teachers
Elders lead by example v. Elders are a board of directors
Autonomous churches v. Corporations and franchises
Adult baptism v. Child baptism
Parents teach children v. Anyone but parents teach children
Meet together v. Divide into age groups
Meet in homes v. Maintain a building
Worship in spirit all the time v. Worship in a building at designated times
Transformation of character v. Go through the motions
Saints are holy new creatures v. Sorry sinners are nothing but forgiven
Authentic relationships v. Keep it to Sunday
Love feast v. Formal ceremony
Freedom in Christ v. Divisive laws invented
Full stewardship taught v. Don’t get too personal
Collections as needed v. Collections regardless of needs
Devoted to God’s word v. Devoted to men’s word
Summary & Conclusion


For since in the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not come to know God, God was well-pleased through the foolishness of the message preached to save those who believe. (1 Cor 1:21)


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