MATTHEW 18:20 “Wherever two or more are gathered in My name,” and how this verse is frequently taken out of context (sermon jam)

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God is 3-Omni, and what does “For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them.” Music: ‘Fur Elise – Beethoven Music’ by the ‘Exam Study Classical Music Orchestra.’

About Bill Rhetts

DISCLAIMER: IPOC Ministries makes an effort to share sermons and/or videos from various pastors. In other words, it's not all about us. This does not mean that IPOC endorses all doctrinal views of every pastor shared here. The controversy over Arminianism vs Calvinism has brought much division within the church. Now that I’m on social media, I see it now more than ever before. Sadly, I see Arminianists bashing Calvinists, and Calvinists bashing Arminianists. It is not my desire to alienate others by dividing over isms and schisms. I personally enjoy the teachings of pastors from both sides of the above equation. I have friends that come from both view points, and I love them all. As Jesus said in John 13:35, “By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” Neither Jacobus Arminius, nor Jon Calvin died for my sins. But Jesus Christ did, and He rose from His grave. Henceforth, the only Person I want to be identified with, is my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To God be the glory!
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