Is the Meshiach divided? All denominations are contrary to Christ

No, the Meshiach is not divided! All denominations are contrary to the Meshiach. Do not even call yourself non-denominational, for this too is division. The assembly of God is known by the one true gospel preached in the midst. And it is called by the place it is found: the assembly of “this place” or “that place”. And there is only one gospel and it is, the Mashiach, Yeshua of Nazareth, died for our sins according to the Tanach, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the Tanach. The gospel must have been preached in the place where a true assembly of God abides. It is God who places the candlestick (the assembly) in its place. And it is in its place by God bringing forth the one true gospel in that place. If God never willed the one true gospel to be preached in a place, there can be no assembly of God. 

Now there can be an assembly of God where God at one time willed the gospel to preached, and for a season the gospel is not now preached. I say, a season or a time, because if this continues the candlestick will be moved out of its place. When an assembly of God ceases to preach the one true gospel, they will only repent if God has mercy upon them. For there remaineth no sacrifice of sins after Yeshua, only a fiery looking at the judgment of God. The assembly at Corinth was written to, twice by Paul, to return to the one true gospel. After the second letter there is no evidence that the candlestick continued in Corinth in the remaining writings of the apostolos. What would happen to the believers then? God would have attached them to other assemblies where the gospel was preached or they would fall away.  A believer cannot continue in the true grace of God apart from the preaching of the gospel, and alone, apart from an assembly of God.

Beloved, if the one true gospel is not continually preached in the assembly of God, it is in need of a rebuke by God’s mercy or it is fallen away. If it is fallen this assembly is not purposed by God to be in that place any more, and some have fallen away and some have been attached to another assembly where the gospel is preached. And God will always have a people by grace and His will in every generation. And they shall not stand alone but be found in the assemblies where the one true gospel is preached. “The gates of sheol shall not prevail against the assembly of the living God.”

Even if the gospel is preached by some in envy and strife seeking to add affliction to the saints of God, I will rejoice. Even if the motives are wrong when the gospel is preached I will rejoice. For when and where the gospel is preached, God is the teacher in the midst. He is able to correct men’s motives. This is far different than the assembly where the gospel is no longer preached in. For God ceases to teach, and the only way there will be restoration is if God will have mercy. Grace is no longer present. And I say again if God have mercy. He who endureth to the end shall be saved. In the gospel of God there is no presumption. We do not presume that God will give grace as we depart from the true grace of God, and the one true gospel continuing in sin. We do not presume that will be grace tomorrow, or the next moment. We fall upon him who is gracious and willing to save not because of any work we have done, but according to His righteousness and His good name.

God can move a candlestick out of its place, leaving men gathering together with no grace of God and His Spirit, possessing only the letter that killeth and a building made with men’s hands. I will quote from Yohan’s letter called Revelation:

“Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works, or else I will come unto thee quickly, and I will remove thy candlestick out of His place, except thou repent.”

“Remember  therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore you thou shalt not watch, I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee.”

“There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.”

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