The NT Church

23 Nov

Far too many people are under the impression that the 1st century church met exclusively in personal homes.  A recent study we did on the book of Acts shows that this is not so. The 1st century believers met in schools, synagogues, temple, Solomon\s porch, personal homes and even the riverside.  They met where they could. Then people must remember that on two different occasions 3,000 & 5,000 people were added to the faith in one day. Crowds much too large for homes to accommodate.

If people want to be like the NT church then they must focus less on where the first believers met and focus on the desire for God those believers possessed. The location is not important but the attitude is.

{When our situation changes we will speak more on this}

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