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Note From Meranda :  I think you are going to love listening to this 30 minute talk by Bill Schnoebelen on what most of us have to face at some point in our walks:

The decision to walk away from a church that simply dismisses truths that you can no longer compromise with.  

We know so many people who have emailed us who are on this path.  I have to admit, my husband and I are on this path ourselves.  It can be very frustrating, yet liberating at the same time. 

On one hand we all have different gifts and abilities. What God is showing one person in their walk might be completely different than what He is showing another person.  Who is to say that those two people don’t draw the same conclusion at some point in the future? 

There are basic principles that unite all of us.  While we can debate about a variety of topics, at the end of the day we should come together over the very basics of the faith.   We don’t consider ourselves any more spiritual than another brother or sister, as we have A LOT yet to learn. In fact, none of us should be so arrogant to say we have the cornerstone on truth, because we are all in the process of being refined. 

Yet, when you discover something important, you cannot just simply cast it aside. 

I love being able to come together and fellowship with other believers, even if we disagree on topics.  However, if I am going to be under a HEADSHIP, I am at the point of my walk when I have become picky just who I am waiting to be fed from. I am perfectly content watching ministries online and reading the word, along with prayer and praise.  Yet, when you are by yourself, it can be very lonely.

I think a lot of people can relate to this. 

Bill Schnoebelen mentions in his talk that ALL great men and women of the faith experience a time of being alone.  There is a wilderness time where they have learn the voice of Elohim well.  There is a time when the WORD alone feeds you well, and you cast aside teachings of men.

  Its ok to be off by yourself until you can find the just right avenue to plug in after you have ironed out your own walk with God. 

I think there is a difference between fellowship, and being UNDER spiritual authority of a ministry.  We can love one another, appreciate what God is giving to each and every one of us, but there are some things I couldn’t deny now, and with that being said, I wouldn’t be able to just sit under anyone anymore, and call their convictions my own.  

What is your experience?  Are you by yourself?  Or have you found the just right church that you feel lines up with values and walk with God? 



William Schnoebelen

Many have asked Dr. Bill where they should attend after leaving a congregation because of things like tainted headship, unscriptural teachings, abuse, unrighteousness or even to just seek a more Set Apart faith walk. But where can pure, Set Apart fellowship be found? What do the Scriptures really teach about observing the Sabbath and attending Biblical gatherings?

In this Treasure Guardians series teaching, Dr. Schnoebelen exhorts all Believers – especially those feeling isolated and alone – with Scriptural solutions to help them find their place in Yahuwah’s eternal covenant family!

Special Note: During the holiday season, we exhort all Believers to pray for those who are alone, widowed, single, struggling with their faith and survivors of SRA and abuse. Thank You! Bless You!

www.withoneaccord.org
https://youtu.be/S8oMbnlzWsA 

 

 

Churchcraft: Wicca, Christianity and the End of Days

Published on Dec 16, 2016

Many have asked Dr. Bill where they should attend after leaving a congregation because of things like tainted headship, unscriptural teachings, abuse, unrighteousness or even to just seek a more Set Apart faith walk. But where can pure, Set Apart fellowship be found? What do the Scriptures really teach about observing the Sabbath and attending Biblical gatherings?

In this Treasure Guardians series teaching, Dr. Schnoebelen exhorts all Believers – especially those feeling isolated and alone – with Scriptural solutions to help them find their place in Yahuwah’s eternal covenant family!

Special Note: During the holiday season, we exhort all Believers to pray for those who are alone, widowed, single, struggling with their faith and survivors of SRA and abuse. Thank You! Bless You!

www.withoneaccord.org

CHURCHCRAFT: Wicca, Christianity & the End of Days http://www.withoneaccord.org/Churchcr…

 

 


 

COMMENTS

Robert Randall I mean its just hard to find a good church or messianic fellowship. So, I am seeking Ruach about starting a messianc fellowship. one that preaches King James Bible and one that focuses on what the bible says according to the commandments VS the traditions many have had to filter out of both protestant/catholic and jewish practices that are based on oral law (talmud). Shabbat Shalom

 

Jamel BondThis teaching is a word in season, so much of this is happening now as we speak in various churches. As the body of Messiah we’ve got to stay dedicated to the truth even if that means leaving a dangerous wolf infested congregation and warning the rest of the flock. We may feel alone at times however we are not alone because Ruach is with us, the word in us, our set apart brethren near n far, abba in heaven with Yahushua and his host of holy angels. There’s more in Yahuwah’s kingdom than the enemy’s fallen angels, when I’ve felt alone before I remember there’s more of us than them. Thankyou for sharing, many blessings. Shabbat shalom!

 
 

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  • MotivatedinOhio

    After many years without a Congregation, I found a Messianic Jewish Congregation, that I love. The years without a congregation taught me so much, though. I read the Bible without anyone telling me what it meant except for the Ruach haKodesh.