The Description of the church of Christ, By Gary Colley

All men should be interested in this question and should be willing to search honestly for the answer.  Too many have been so long in a denominational mind-set that they come to the Bible with glasses colored with error.  Their clouded mind-set will not allow them to see clearly the New Testament church!  The term “church” itself means THECALLED OUT (Matthew 16:18).  Continue reading “The Description of the church of Christ, By Gary Colley”

The Platform For The Church of Christ, By Gary Colley

Our country has witnessed many Presidential Campaigns.  The major political parties have always previously adopted party platforms on which they stand, and express what they believe.  The candidates run on these party platforms to obtain and maintain party unity.

PLATFORM OF THE CHURCH OF CHRIST

Jesus Christ made and gave, for all time, the Christian platform (Matthew 26:28, Jude 3).  He commanded that this platform be preached by all faithful servants to all nations (II Timothy 2:2, Matthew 28:18-20).  All who will stand with Christ must stand upon this platform, or covenant (agreement), or Gospel (Matthew 7:21).  God laid, and Christ is, the foundation upon which all right religion must be based (Matthew 16:18-19, I Corinthians 3:11).  No man can rightfully separate Christ from the Christian platform (II Thessalonians 1:7-9). Continue reading “The Platform For The Church of Christ, By Gary Colley”

What Is The Church In The New Testament? , by Garland M. Robinson

The word church means: “CALLED OUT.” Those who are members of the church are “called out” of the world and into the Lord’s church which is his body. Several things need to be understood in regards to the church. But it may also contain something other than water. There may be oil, detergent, rocks or sand or any number of other things in the jug. But if I say this container holds only water and nothing but water, that excludes everything else.       Continue reading “What Is The Church In The New Testament? , by Garland M. Robinson”