ECCLESIA CHRONICLES 101: The Welcoming Party

Welcome to our awesome new series. In this series, I love to enlighten you guys about what the Ecclesia truly is. Well, many of you call it the church.
That term – church – has watered down many great responsibilities that a community of believers (like you and I) have been bestowed by our Lord and King Jesus Christ. 
I think its time to get that back and run on full capacity in this current era of influence. The church was not placed on earth just to eat, pray, live and wait for their discounted round trip to Heaven. The church was meant to be a city set on a hill, a light to the world, salt to the earth and a powerful entity with great authority over the matters of the earth from & for the Kingdom of Heaven.

Before we can fully attain that which was taken away from us via the channel of ignorance, we need to… well, know and understand our purpose of being placed here on earth. 
If you were meant to go to Heaven, you would have immediately been transported the moment you became a child of God and a member of the church. 
Remaining here means there’s so much more for you to do. 
To begin to grasp this at full capacity, a few walls have to be broken down. Stronghold here, stronghold there. 
One of which is the term “church” itself. Where it came from and how that single term has affected the lives of so many believers.
Another, is the principle of the kingdom. Jesus preached the Kingdom (Matt. 4:23). His disciples (our chief apostles) did too (Matt. 10:7). Jesus instructed his disciples to preach the gospel of the kingdom to all nations (Matthew 24:14). 

Are we really doing that?


Not understanding what the kingdom principle is, simply places you a bit far from what Jesus had in mind for his church. 

Join me on this incredible journey to discover who you really are as a member of the “church.” Trust me; you’re  pretty awesome!!! 

Shalom!!!

Uche Okorie

(Author of “Trees of Righteousness: The Planting of Yahweh” – kindle edition)

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