Those who are called by God and became baptised should find it an honour to be allowed to become partakers of that Body of Christ. Therefore they should make themselves worthy of being a member of that one great family which crosses borders and cultures and should be all over the world, united under their one leader, Jesus Christ, the Messiah.
- Fearing the right person
- Gods design in the creation of the world
- Gods hope and our hope
- One Mediator between God and man
- Fixing our attention
- Disciple of Christ counting lives and friends dear to them
- Follower of Jesus part of a cult or a Christian
- Being Christian, following Jesus Christ
- Christadelphian people
- Christadelphian Beliefs
- Major Points of Belief
- Christadelphian or My Beliefs and the World
- What we believe
- What Christadelphians teach
- The Church, Body of Christ and remnant Israel synonymous
- Small churches of the few Christadelphians
- En Soma: One Body
- Church sent into the world
- Making church
- An ecclesia in your neighborhood
- A Living Faith #10: Our manner of Life #2
- Parts of the body of Christ
- What part of the Body am I?
- Hope does not disappoint us
From “Today’s thought” 2014, February 26
By The Christadelphian Magazine and Publishing Association
“A participation in the”
In Paul’s 1st letter to the Corinthians we have come to where he refers to the memorial emblems, he stresses that their participation in these should be in a way that illustrates their unity. Paul has made several points very strongly in earlier chapters addressing issues that were seriously undermining their unity in Christ: their lack of harmony worried him very much.
Their coming together to remember that Christ died for them needed to take place in an atmosphere of genuine unity – but it wasn’t. To start with some were influenced by the surrounding spirit of idol-worshipping, but “…. beloved fleefrom idolatry”(10:14). wrote Paul.
He appeals to them,
“I speak to sensible people, judge for yourselves what I say”(verse 5).
Do we ourselves make…
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