DO YOU THINK AN APOSTLE SHOULD SIT DOWN IF ? PART 1

DO YOU THINK AN APOSTLE SHOULD SIT DOWN IF HE ABBANDON HIS MARRIAGE AND HIS MEMBERS AT CHURCH .HAD 5 FAILED MARRIAGES ,NO JOB USING MEMBERS AND MANY OTHERS, NOT WHO HE SAID HE IS AND KNOW TRUE PROSPERITY IN HIS LIFE OR A LIABLE KINGDOM BUILDING HISTORY IN HIS LIFE.SHOULD HE DO A HOLY CONVOCATION IF HE WALKED AWAY FROM HIS SHEEP AND THEY HAVE STRAYED AWAY,SOME BACK IN THE STREETS OF DEATH , WALKED AWAY FROM MARRIAGE AND DISAPPEARD. HOW DO YOU JUST LEAVE AND THROW UP YES I SAID JUST THROW UP ANOTHER CHURCH.DO YOU THINK IF THE PARTIES KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON AND THEY STILL WANT THIS APOSTLE TO LAY HANDS AND IMPART INTO LIFE WHAT IS GOING IN THE CHURCHES WHEN THIS HAPPENS.WELL THIS IS WHAT IS GOING ON OUT HERE IN THE WORLD. THIS MONTH THERE IS GOING TO BE ONE BEING HELD AT AN APOSTLES CHURCH WHO WAS A MIGHTY MAN OF GOD,NOW SINCE THE APOSTLE HAS PASSED NOW THE CHURCH IS BRINGING IN CURSES ON WHAT GOD HAS BUILT THRU THAT TRUE MAN OF GOD APOSTLE.IT WILL BE OCTOBER 12-17 -2009 AND I NEED ONLY STRONG TRUE PRAYER WARRIORS AND THOSE THAT ARE SOLD OUT FOR CHRIST TO PRAY AGAINST THIS MESS IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST.THERE ARE BISHOPS IN THE CITY OF FT WORTH KNOW THE WRONG THIS IMPOSTER HAS DONE AND STILL CONNECTS WITH HIM. GOD IS NOT IN THIS MESS.THEY SHOULD BE TELLING HIM HE NEEDS TO SIT DOWN SOME WHERE BUT OH ITS SOMETHING IN IT FOR THEM I FORGOT SO THEY ARE JUST AS GUILTY AS APOSTLE DR. KBR .WHAT ABOUT THE PEOPLE WHO ONLY SEE THE FAKE PICTURE THAT SATAN HAS PAINTED.LIVES WILL BE AFFECTED BY THIS AND IT MUST NOT GO ON IN THE MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS.I HAVE NEVER SAW SO MANY APOSTLES WHO HAVE NOTHING FROM THE GLORY OF GOD TO SHOW IN THEIR LIFE BUT A BUNCH OF ROBES THAT IS FOR SHOW AND PAPER THEY GET ONLINE.NOW IF THE SHOE DON'T FIT THEN IM NOT REFERING TO YOU.TRUE PEOPLE OF GOD I OBEY GOD AND HE SAID TO POST THIS TODAY.THE WORD OF GOD SAYS IN 2 Cor 11:

[13] For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.
[14] And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.
[15] Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.

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Comment by CANDICE PHILLIPS on December 10, 2009 at 5:29am
A topic so close to my heart what perverstion of the office and title, the church is in a mess on so many levels but I think it stems from the so called " highest office or first office" that is why so many things are now acceptable and okay because believers turn a bling eye or letting it slide.
Comment by Eric Hancock on October 6, 2009 at 9:26am
I fully agree
I was comparing the REAL Apostles,of the New Testament to what as you say,,,People wanting titles
Comment by Lonnie Kluttz on October 5, 2009 at 4:31pm
Stop calling people what they are not. This man isn't an Apostle. His using the title for his personal means. We need to stop falling into these traps of titles that people give themselves. We have to learn to read the word of God and see what God wants us to do. Not what theses men with tiltes want.
Comment by Eric Hancock on October 5, 2009 at 4:02pm
This is from E F Harrison
Elwell Evangelical Dictionary

The Twelve as Apostles uh-pahs'-uhl
These men are most often called disciples in the Gospels, for their primary function during Christ's ministry was to be with him and learn of him. But they are also called apostles because Jesus imparted to them his authority to preach and to cast out demons (Mark 3:14-15; 6:30). Just because this activity was limited while Jesus was with them, the term "apostle" is rarely used. After Pentecost this situation was changed.

The number twelve recalls the twelve tribes of Israel, but the basis of leadership is no longer tribal, but personal and spiritual. Evidently the college of apostles was regarded as fixed in number, for Jesus spoke of twelve thrones in the coming age (Matt. 19:28; cf. Rev. 21:14). Judas was replaced by Matthias (Acts 1), but after that no effort was made to select men to succeed those who were taken by death (Acts 12:2).

Apostles receive first mention in the lists of spiritual gifts (I Cor. 12:28; Eph. 4:11). Since these gifts are bestowed by the risen Christ through the Spirit, it is probable that at the beginning of the apostolic age these men who had been appointed by Jesus and trained by him were now regarded as possessing a second investiture to mark the new and permanent phase of their work for which the earlier phase had been a preparation. They became the foundation of the church in a sense secondary only to that of Christ himself (Eph. 2:20).

The duties of the apostles were preaching, teaching, and administration. Their preaching rested on their association with Christ and the instruction received from him, and it included their witness to his resurrection (Acts 1:22). Their converts passed immediately under their instruction (Acts 2:42), which presumably consisted largely of their recollection of the teaching of Jesus, augmented by revelations of the Spirit (Eph. 3:5). In the area of administration their functions were varied. Broadly speaking, they were responsible for the life and welfare of the Christian community. Undoubtedly they took the lead in worship as the death of Christ was memorialized in the Lord's Supper. They administered the common fund to which believers contributed for the help of needy brethren (Acts 4:37), until this task became burdensome and was shifted to men specially chosen for this responsibility (Acts 6:1-6). Discipline was in their hands (Acts 5:1-11). As the church grew and spread abroad, the apostles devoted more and more attention to the oversight of these scattered groups of believers (Acts 8:14; 9:32). At times the gift of the Holy Spirit was mediated through them (Acts 8:15-17). The supernatural powers which they had exercised when the Lord was among them, such as the exorcism of demons and the healing of the sick, continued to be tokens of their divine authority (Acts 5:12; II Cor. 12:12). They took the lead in the determination of vexing problems which faced the church, associating the elders with themselves as an expression of democratic procedure (Acts 15:6; cf. 6:3).
Comment by Eric Hancock on October 5, 2009 at 3:58pm
This is the problem..we must first learn the duties of the Apostles if they really knew the duties they may not want the Position,,,second was he called or appointed.we have to be careful that that Spirit will fall on the Congregation,People used Titles to control and conquer there Flocks,and Yes some will leave there Wives and anything else that they feel that they cant control,in the reality they cant control themselves so they need to sit themselves down,,but they wont because most of them are not under sound structure that they dont have to answere to anyone
Comment by Anna on October 4, 2009 at 10:55am
The people who are following this "false apostles" that you mentioned have not read their Bibles and should vote with their feet leaving and either forming in home Bible studies or going to a church where the teaching is Biblical and the leaders emulate our Messiah and His true apostles, and not Satan and his apostles which is the latter is the category in which the man you described above belongs:


2 Cor 11:

[13] For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.
[14] And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.
[15] Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.

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