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Monday, 4 December 2017
Assembling with the Brethren

The Body of Messiah has always taught that it is important to meet together for followship, worship and teaching. But why - from where does this tradition come?

God's commandments that we assemble with each other and with Him, are initially given during the time of the Mosaic Covenant ... With the advent of the New Covenant, Jewish and Gentile followers of Yeshua made increased use of their homes for worship, prayer, and fellowship.

It is important that we understand why this command is given and what it means for us as believers in Yeshua.

Mitzvah A19

Posted By Michael Rudolph, 11:08am Comment Comments: 0