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What is an Apostle?

What is an Apostle?

An Apostle is a man chosen by God, shown to the Chief Apostle, ordained by the Chief Apostle and anointed with The Holy Spirit by God.

Yes, anointed by God. The Chief Apostle may have symbolically anointed him with oil, but the anointment comes from God Himself, when the Apostle accepts his future role.

An Apostle is not a person who says that he is an Apostle nor somebody who claims to have a Certificate from a Bible College.

An Apostle accepts and follows the commandment recorded in Matthew 28, vs 18-20, to go unto all nations and make them disciplesvof Jesus Christ, teaching them all things taught by Jesus Christ and baptising them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

An Apostle is responsible for the spiritual wellbeing of his flock, not for the temporal wellbeing of any church. He must guide the Overseers given to him by the Chief Apostle  for theirs is the temporal responsibility.

 

 

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