The Church, Church Buildings, and Church Assemblies

The word church is used in three ways in the New Testament in reference to the blood-bought institution of the Lord. First, the word church refers to the body of Christ as a whole or the universal church. This is the meaning when Jesus said “upon this rock I will...

Cancel Church Assemblies Because of the Flu?

Preachers argue that we shouldn’t gather on Sunday to worship as a congregation because of the coronavirus. But the bug that keeps coming back to bite them is the flu. If you replace “coronavirus” in their arguments with the word flu you will quickly see how weak and...

Why Churches Should Meet on Sunday

Assembling for worship on Sunday is the will of God, not a religious custom or denominational tradition (Acts 20:7; I Cor. 16:1-2). The worship assembly is a sacred time when Christians “come together in one place” (I Cor. 11:20). This means “the whole church comes...

Non-Political Preachers

One definition of “politics” is the following: “political activities characterized by artful and often dishonest means.” Specifically this means “competition between competing interest groups or individuals for power and leadership in a...

Where are the Watchmen? Do You Hear the Trumpet?

More often than not today, when a faithful preacher of the Gospel seeks to warn people of the dangers of false teaching and false teachers he is called a “brotherhood watchdog.” Isn’t it interesting that the “loving” liberal religionists use...

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