David and the Messiah until now, the power to discharge

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The Messiah, the king held the office of protector and could fire the porters or gatekeepers.
freewill offerings
Administered through the Church in the wilderness.
The purpose of gathering at Pentecost is important.
Describe the Nicolaitans or the error of Balaam
Corban of the Pharisees made the “word of God to none effect”.
The Temples had a purpose.
People who covet those benefits provided by the Fathers of force do not love Christ, Moses, nor God.
Worked there daily and distributed in times of needActs 2:46, Acts 5:42], [[[Acts 11]]:30.
Fundamental moral and religious principles expressed by David Crockett and Horatio Bunce.
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* A question was asked about a Republican form of government.
 : “Tacitus repeatedly contrasts the res publica under the emperors with the pre-Augustus libera res publica..." See Republic.
* What did Rome have in common with the world today?
: To learn more about the metamorphoses of governments like the United States read Contracts, covenants and constitutions.
* What is the perfect law of liberty, and do you live by faith, hope, and charity?
* What are the two types of government welfare?
* Were the Levites the church in the wilderness?
* What did the Levites and the early Church have in common?
 : A second part of a question asked was concerning the Tens.
* Who had the power to fire the moneychangers?
 : What were the people doing on Pentecost?
* Is the Holy Spirit the Protector of the Church?

David and the Messiah until now, the power to discharge

For the king to appoint administers over the the election by the people would be an usurpation of God working through the hearts and minds of the people in His kingdom. In the days of David, the king held the office of protector and could fire the porters or gatekeepers of God’s freewill sacrifice administered through the Church in the wilderness in service to the tents of the congregations. This sacrifice was Corban.

Jesus upon entering Jerusalem, hailed as the highest son David, also had the authority to fire the porters of that temple. With His string whip He removed them. He did not appoint new porters without the election of the people. By law, only God working in the hearts and minds of the people could choose new ministers of the charitable altars of God through the choice of free congregations. This would be done at the gathering of Pentecost through the kingdom in their hearts.

Jesus appointed His apostles by the authority given Him by the Father. They were not to be like the princes of other nations who exercised authority. They could only appoint ministers elected by the people. After Pentecost, they worked daily in the temple, overseeing the freewill Corban of God in service to the people baptized under Christ and cast out of the Pharisee’s system of Corban.

The people had a choice to give their offering upon the lively stone altars of Christ or into the treasury of the Pharisees. The Corban of the Pharisees made the “word of God to none effect” according to Christ. John called them synagogue of Satan. Those who followed the ways of the Anointed King, the Messiah, the Christ, became known as Christians. These two different systems were in conflict in Judea.

It seems undeniable that the apostles and men like Barnabas were clearly ministers of the temple as they worked there daily. [Acts 2:46 and 5:42]. We know that large sums of money and goods were handled there and distributed in times of need [Acts 11:30]. We also know that there were ministers there who did not accept Christ chosen by the people, but did a similar job with evidently different methods of collection and distribution which could be described as Nicolaitans or the error of Balaam [see Appendix 2].

Some of the money-changers or porters of the temple fired by Christ were evidently reelected by the villages or courts1 according to their genealogies in congregations. This is the way Israel worked as an effective and free society for centuries, ruled by God through the hearts and minds of the people.

Some people, like the parents of the blind man in John 9, wanted to maintain the system of entitlements. They did not want to be cast out of the Corban of the Pharisees despite the fact it made the word of God to none effect [Mark 7]. The people who coveted those benefits provided by the forced contribution of their neighbors violated the commandments. They did not love Christ, Moses, or God.2

The people who contributed to the apostles as the ministers of the government appointed by Christ3 and recognized by Rome4 and many of the citizens of Judea5 were excluded from the benefits of Corban [John 9:35]. When they gave to their chosen ministers under the overseership of the ministers of Christ they were always counted as paid in full [Luke 16]. They could not be prosecuted for failure to contribute under this ancient institution created by God for the general welfare of the people.

The services offered by the apostles, who were the Church established by Christ, were not a snare or a recompense like that of the Pharisees and the other nations. It did not make the word of God to none effect. It was an alternative, the way, the door of Christ that lead to freedom under God. They operated under the perfect law of liberty, by faith, hope, and charity setting the people free, which is the mission of the Church. Those who did not go that sacred way fell prey to the congregations of the adversary.

1 02691 rux chatser AV-court 141, villages 47, towns 1; 1) court, enclosure. This was a collective unit of society.

2Exodus 20:6 “And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.” Deuteronomy 5:10, 7:9, 11:1, 13, 22, 19:9, 30:16, Joshua 22:5, Nehemiah 1:5, Daniel 9:4, John 14:15-21, 15:10, 1John 5:3 “For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.” See 2 John 1:6

3Matthew 21:43, Luke 12:32, 22:16, 29, Mark 1:15, Matthew 10:7, 4:17.

4Matthew 27:1,37, Mark 15:9, 12, 26, Luke 23:3, 38, John 18:39, 19:19-22.

5Matthew 21:9,15, Mark 11:9, 10, John 12:13, Acts 2:41.



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