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Jesus said he would build His Ekklesia and the Gates of Hades would not prevail. Our assignment is to assault and move through these Gates with governmental authority and power, plundering Hades and populating Heaven. Let’s define what these gates are and close with a charge to engage them. The Gates of Hades or the [...]

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Why Did Jesus Choose the Ekklesia?

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At the birth of Jesus, there were three major institutions: the Temple, the Synagogue, and the Ekklesia. We are familiar with the Temple and aware of the Synagogue, but we know virtually nothing about the Ekklesia, and yet the Ekklesia is the redemptive agency Jesus assigns to us to carry on His mission to disciple [...]

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When we understand that Jesus wants to build His Ekklesia, and its assignment is to penetrate the gates of Hades, it soon becomes clear that the primary way to legislate is through prayer. Prayer must become the number one functional identity of the Ekklesia. Personal and corporate prayers are the lifeblood and backbone of the [...]

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Jesus could have used any word in Matthew 16:18 to define his strategy to advance His Kingdom. He could have said, “I will build my fellowship, my temple, my synagogues,” but shockingly, Jesus chooses a secular word to define His divine agency of bringing His Kingdom on Earth as it is in Heaven, the Ekklesia. [...]

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We must realign ourselves with the original mandate to get true Kingdom results. We must uncover Christ’s original intent regarding the Ekklesia. We need to rediscover what “Ekklesia” is and shift our priorities accordingly. When we do this, we will truly have a “Kingdom mindset.” Our Drift from Apostolic to Pastoral Ministry Because we changed both the [...]

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We have to take a brief trip back through history to uncover where we adopted the word “church” over the word “Ekklesia.” The point of this section is to provide a fly-by of historical events that led us away from Christ’s original intent, causing us to misunderstand and misappropriate our assignment, which has an impact on both our [...]

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