On this Easter Sunday, we worship together in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. After the atonement, Jesus was crucified, his spirit left his body, and his body was laid to rest in a sepulcher or tomb. On the first day of the week, Sunday, Jesus’ spirit and body were reunited and He rose.
All Deacons are to warn, expound, exhort, teach, and invite all to come to Christ.
There is no material gain we can achieve that will fill the void in our spirits. Only Jesus Christ can do this.
A question many ask is: “What is the Church Age? What is the Kingdom Age? What is the difference?”
All believers may receive discernment, but as a gift from God and not an ability we possess inherently, like all his power and miracles. We cannot use them wantonly or for our own purposes, and this is what we do when we pretend to know all or be able to instantly tell if someone is lying. We only know what the Spirit is willing to tell us and what we are willing to hear.
As Christians, the work we do as allies of the LGBTQIA+ community and messages we spread are ALWAYS for the members of the LGBTQIA+, first and foremost.
As early as November of 2019 Kristine, the Elect Lady and co-president of the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship, received a revelation to the Fellowship and the Sisterhood of Christ. She did not, however feel the time was right to write this revelation down. On May 19, 2020 being in the Spirit of the Lord, she felt the time had come and recorded the following:
After going to the Lord asking for answers on the priesthood, David was awoken at 3am on February 28, 2019 and given the following revelation.
This is part two of a series of revelations given to David in February 2020.
As we meet together as Saints, some have asked the proper way to organize services. The correct answer of course is, by the Spirit. That said, the Lord has given us instructions on this topic through Raphael, as he spoke to Adam and Eve. These instructions should be used in our home temples, in our Synagogues, Tabernacles, and Temples for personal and group worship.
It has been commonly accepted within the Restoration that the Priests and Priestesses of the Levitical Order do not have the authority to bless, because with the High Priesthood restored, the Elders should be called for. This custom and practice requires some clarification.
We have been told there is one priesthood, and that it has been divided into two parts: the Lower or Levitical, and the High Priesthood. Why this division? It is truly divided?