The Apostle Trained Pastor - Difference # 3.

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Alberta Newspaper Group


There are nine major differences in an Apostle Trained Pastor as compared to a pastor coming in from standard worldly Bible Colleges or Seminaries. In This article, we present Difference # 3. The Jesus Chapel Pastors and Counsel graduates remain free of worldly systems and restraints. Operating in freedom to express God's Word, Bible Pastors stand in opposition to the one world church. The Emerging Church Must Be Rejected, As It Is Purposed With Creating The 'World Corporation Church'. ~ Stephen Apostle Trained Pastors operate free of many of the restraints found emerging in today's man-centered theologies, which are based in Romanism, which puts forth concepts found in the 'mixing in' of united and one world religions under paganism. Therefore, we stand in opposition to and with the cause of exposing false-religions, as they are brought forth initiated as substitutes for Christianity. Let us take a brief look at the word religion, and discover its origin. In Romanism, the word religion means; (Romanism) Religion - to bind anew; to bind; this word seems originally to have signified an oath or vow to the gods, or as the obligation of such an oath or vow, which was held very sacred to the Romans. There are many differences between Romanism and true religion. To the Christian, a relationship with Christ is the main difference, as compared to receiving a ' binding influence' too many gods of this world. The Apostle Trained Pastor stands for purity and undiluted Godly truths contained in the Scriptures and within Christian faith and practice, as in the objective of Titus 1:15 which states that there remain a fidelity to God. "Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled". Titus 1:15 KJV. The Apostle Trained Pastor comprehends the Biblical-truth that, those who desire to dilute the Word of God, by adding pagan beliefs and practices, must be realized, identified, and the paganism imported must needs be removed, maintaining the viable purity of Christian faith and practice, which the Apostle Trained Pastor passes to the next generation. The Apostle Trained Pastor operates in opposition to false religion, and its insertion of itself into Christian doctrine. In this respect, the Apostle Trained Pastor must cling to Bible truth, using the original text, not replacement texts written with injected secular-humanistic thought and reasoning. The Apostle trained Pastor, will be found remaining stedfast in purity of Christian doctrine, and is taught how the gates of the human being can be manipulated by evils influence, therefore, studies to comprehend HOW the five sensory gates, and the five intellectual gates contained within God's design of our bodies, mind, will, and emotions, which comprise the soul, are impacted by either good or evil, "I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well." Psalm 139:14 KJV. The Apostle Trained Pastor is taught HOW to safeguard from 'the wiles of Satan', and HOW to "Stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage". Galatians 5:1 KJV. The Apostle Trained Pastor is taught "self-less" Christianity - in the image of God, and does not seek 'self-based' theologies which are emerging as the Church moves toward becoming Laodicean in spirit, doctrine and practice. For this reason, The Apostle Trained Pastor thinks of 'self-based' or 'man-centered' as a four-letter word, a 'cursing' found in Humanism, that God does not tolerate. "Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting". Psalm 139:23,24 KJV. That God should be worshipped in both Spirit and in Truth requires, in today's world, a diligence and awareness that is unequalled. Apostle Trained Pastors Operate In Opposition To Religion (Romanism). Man-centered Is A Four Letter Word, And More With Less Is Their Motto. The Apostle Trained Pastor is taught how to do more, with less, and in purity of Christian doctrine, faith, and practice, passes the torch of God's 'Preserved Word' to the next generation, who will do the same. Stephen Paul, The Jesus Chapel /