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Congregations in History

A congregation usually was a group of ten families that were bound together by a common faith through charity in hope of a more secure life.

They usually picked the most virtuous and honored among them to help them stay together as one group and connected freely with many other groups.

Congregations of the Church

The Kingdom of God is first established in the hearts of the free Congregation of the people who come together in fellowship and love seeking to know and do the will of the Father without coveting our neighbor's goods or exercising authority over them. The minister of a congregation is chosen and entrusted with an offering by the people through an election in consensus by the elders of each family unit. That offering is evidence of our trust in the ways of charity, the spirit of hope, and the exercise of faith in the perfect law of liberty endowed by our God.

The precept of loving one another as Christ loved you is not limited within the congregation of a local Church. To share in the whole body of the Church it is essential that each congregation and Church care about other churches as much as they care about themselves.

“For precept [must be] upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, [and] there a little:” Isaiah 28:10

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Altars of Earth and Stone

In the Old Testament there were two types of altars mentioned as metaphors describing the structure of their society.

Each member or family of a congregation is an altar of earth. The congregations of ministers are altars of stone. All operate together in a network of charity so that a nation of believers might remain a peculiar people.

God sees the heart and mind of mankind, but the world often requires something more tangible as a evidence in witness. His Holy Church offers a system for the edification and protection of the free Church and congregation which may assist in the maintenance and nurturing of a free people under God.

A congregation of record seeking other congregations and coming together in a network of people seeking the wholeness and holiness of a righteous government need to manifest that oneness with Christ and the Father both in Spirit and in truth so that may live in the world but not of it.

From the book Thy Kingdom Comes, The Altar of Abraham

Moses and the Altars

The Altar of Sin

From the book Thy Kingdom Comes, Joshua’s Altar

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From the book Thy Kingdom Comes, Factions at the Altar

The Pharisees and The Sadducees

The Polity of the Church on Congregations

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