Beloved, the one true gospel is sure and true. There is no controversy in the true grace of God concerning the one true gospel. The gospel and Yeshua (they are one and the same) is the same yesterday, today and forever. And the one true gospel is the Mashiach, who is Yeshua of “Nazareth” died for our sins and according to the Tanach, He was buried and He rose again the third day and according to the Tanach.
We do not chose ourself a child of grace: God makes choice. Not our parents, nor our ancestry, nor our own will or decision forces or prompts grace upon us, but God makes choice according to His will in the Mashiach. And thus, I do not choose myself, and you do not choose yourself, and we do not choose ourselves, the assemblies of God and the assembly of God.
Now when God does make choice we are made joint-heirs in the inheritance in the Mashiach. And He is heir of all things. We are seated with Him in a spiritual place, and this is in the Mashiach, Yeshua. And we endure, and to the end. For if we endure not to the end we were never of Him. They were never of us. But speaking of the enduring ones who will be saved from sin, and death and judgment (this is the second death) and live and abide in the presence of God forever. We will see Him face to face as He is, and never die! This is everlasting, enduring life with no pause called sheol or the grave. We are kings and priests to our God to offer the fruit of lips, thanksgiving to our God forever and ever. In the Mashiach, in the Full Inheritance (for He is the full inheritance and our inheritance), there is neither male nor female, bond or free, of Yudah, Greeks or Gentiles, we are all one in the Mashiach. For in the Mashiach, there is neither male nor female, all partake of the full inheritance: they, male and female, are sons of God. For sons partake of the full inheritance. For the assembly of the living God are those taken out of all nations by the will of God without partiality and equally. There are the saved and there are the nations of the saved. In Adam all died; in the Mashiach all are made alive, each man in God’s own order with the glory He has determined from the foundations of the earth.
Seeing that the enduring ones are as they are, who would they be in this present time as they are in the flesh, but of the flesh? It is a Law that they will love one another. They will not forsake the assembling of themselves together, as is the manner of some, for they are the assembly of the living God, the Body of the Mashiach. How could they forsake who they are? For they are the assembly of God. If they do forsake the assembling of themselves being the assembly of God, this is contrary to the Mashiach and the true grace of God. This is carnal, of the flesh, sensual, set apart, without the Spirit, being alone. This is faith without works. They most certainly will continue to assemble and to prefer and honor one another if they walk in grace, and not resist grace. For if they do not prefer and honor one another, the world most certainly will not. If they do not prefer and honor one another, no one in the world will. For the world hates the Father and the Son, and they most certainly hate the children of the Father and the Son. Our fellowship is with the Father and the Son. And if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship one with another and the blood of Yeshua His Son cleanseth us from all unrighteousness. This is true!
When believers meet one another (I speak of those who endure to the end) they will never depart from one another. They will always be on one another’s hearts. They will always be remembered. They will continue with one another unless there be some extraordinary purpose of God, such as the gift of God upon Paul. And with Paul and the gift of apostolos he walked in, he was found often in an assembly. He did not forsake the assembling of himself as the purpose of God was accomplished. But all are not apostolos, prophets, evangelist, pastors and teachers. These are God’s gifts to His assembly, for the perfecting of the saints, the work of ministry.
Whatever is contrary to these words: this is contrary to the Mashiach. Perhaps God will let you repent.