Looking at the the Role of the Assembly as directed by the Law of God as Heirs in Christ in using the 4th commandment’s Sabbath as a regulative means of worship, directed by scripture alone and its sufficiency as the first course in perusing the Assembly Christians are not to forsake in Hebrews 10:25. Continue reading →
What blood sacrifice truly can take away sin? Imputation and its precedent in worship within the New Covenant heart and mind, How does this affect Congregational worship? And what assemblies are Saints (sanctified persons) to ” Not forsake” according to Hebrews 10:25? Continue reading →
This is our Purim Message for the year integrated with our current series to help fortify our points of worship. We are focusing on the importance of a Biblically and Heavenly based Sabbath as well as how Esther’s feast / Purim ties into that Sabbath cycle, as well as considering some much needed instruction which ever Christian could benefit from by meditating upon the Book of Esther. Continue reading →
The School master appointed by God is the Law, and that School master teaches us to stand on Grace unto justification accomplished for us by our redeemer, Jesus Christ. To fall from Grace is to trust in our own weak and beggarly flesh in any action that we do where in we think we can save our selves, even if it be by the command of God or obedience to him.
It is in this truth we find our reasonable service anchored to the New Covenant by the will of God.
This is the first step in being Principally Regulated by the Scripture. Continue reading →
Fourth and LAST part of: “Our Regulative Principle of Worship” This study is a doctrinal subject study with a focus on how “The Will of God Abideth For Ever”. Remember when you are freely enjoying the notes you are reading or freely listen… SOME ONE IS STILL PAYING FOR IT Contribute when you can to keep us growing and free Subscribe to RNCM Podcast Feed iTunes • Other CLICK HERE FOR OUR SUPPORT PAGE MP3 AUDIO MESSAGE DOWN LOAD-Listen any time! OR Page for Streaming Message – You can follow along with study notes below! (For those … Continue reading →