“Let no man despise …”, the case will be that a man in leadership that is not comforted or exhorted by the truth of the word and it’s doctrine in application to his life of leadership as to produce a good example for those looking up to him as a steward of God, that is an economist of YHWH God’s Faith, will rather be despised and found a hypocrite by those who recognize his pride and inability to conform himself to the commands of holy scripture as his example and ultimate authority in judgment on every matter. Continue reading →
Finishing up Chapter 3 of 1st Timothy, with a final look at the person of a Deacon and an Overseer, and then a recap on the summary of the behaviors of the house hold of God, the Called-Out (Church) as a whole, as a household with a house hold law, as Stewards in the of God’s economy in faith.
The Christian is a witness of “Faith and verity” and it’s representation in the communities they live among as the people of God having the high calling as ” the pillar and ground of the truth”!
Christian do not the support of the Gospel alone, but in fact, they support the whole concept of truth as it rests upon the household of God. Continue reading →
Of all the Church its leaders, the Overseers and Deacons must be able to hold fast to the mysteries of the faith in a pure conscience- Without Controversy:
Great- is the mystery of godliness:
(That) God was:
In the flesh –
In the Spirit-
seen of angels:
In the Nations –
In the world –
In glory! Continue reading →
Another look at 1 Timothy 3 and what it says concerning a biblically defined ‘Deacon’ in verses 8-9.
Feel free o join our Sabbath Bible Study as we continue our understanding of this epistle of Paul, according to the house hold family Law, an Economy of God in Faith Continue reading →
1Timothy 3:6-7 Not a novice, lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil.
Moreover he must have a good report of them which are without; lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil. Continue reading →