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Format of the weekly Thursday fellowship for adults in the church aged 18 plus years – 7:30pm to 8:30pm...


By Andrew Mackinnon

Last updated: 22nd February, 2021


Open up the main church building with all of the seats stacked to one side on Thursday evening from 7:30pm to 8:30pm so that all of the adults in the church aged 18 plus years at the start of the calendar year can meet to enjoy socialising with each other in an entirely unstructured manner with no set agenda at all.  It’s simply a time in the middle of the week for these adults to enjoy each other’s company and get to know each other better.  They can grab some seats to sit around and chat.

This time of fellowship provides an invaluable opportunity for the younger adults in the church to benefit from the wisdom and experience of the older adults in the church by getting to know them better in an informal and unstructured setting on a weekly basis.  They can ask them whatever questions they like about whatever subject they like in order to gratefully obtain the information they need to progress in their lives.

Adults in the church aged 25 to 54 years and 55 plus years can wisely advise younger adults in the church aged 18 to 24 years on how best to utilise these highly valuable, foundational, adult years between the ages of 18 and 24 years to prepare spiritually, vocationally, financially, socially and emotionally for their working future after they finish their vocational training at university, college or trade school.

Such necessary preparation involves getting into a daily routine involving exercise early in the morning at the start of the day and Bible reading in the morning after getting ready for the day but before commencing the day.  It also, importantly, involves taking good care of oneself through good nutrition, learning how to prepare evening meals and saving money in preparation for later marriage and a deposit on a place to live - the fourth most basic need after water, food and clothing.

They can be told the obvious that may not have immediately occurred to them, or even at all, which is that they can combine whatever savings they build with the savings of their future spouse in marriage, who they may or may not have even met yet.  Therefore, it’s absolutely in their best interests in these foundational adult years to save as much money as they can for their as yet unknown future.

Adults in the church aged 55 plus years can wisely advise adults in the church aged 25 to 54 years on how best to approach and manage the demands of raising their families, effectively discharging their obligations in paid employment and navigating the veritable minefield of office politics, involving various sociopathic and psychopathic personalities, in the workplace today.  They can also provide them with advice for building and maintaining healthy marriages.

Adults in the church aged 18 to 24 years and 25 to 54 years can heartily thank the adults in the church aged 55 plus years for all of their wise advice.

This time of fellowship equally provides an invaluable opportunity for the older adults in the church to hear the thoughts and ideas of the younger adults in the church, because nobody can deny that the entire world is currently plagued by an epidemic of systemic problems that are in desperate need of solving.  At this time, the church of Jesus Christ could exert enormously positive and beneficial influence by pooling the wisdom of older adults in the church with the energy and ideas of younger adults in the church to solve these problems that are negatively affecting all of us, such as:

> widespread infiltration of the church of Jesus Christ by people pretending to be followers of Jesus Christ whose real allegiance is to the Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan

> perpetual, unjustified war

> the exorbitant cost of shelter, the fourth most basic need after water, food and clothing, which is proving to be highly challenging for younger adults in the church

> elected representatives consistently not acting in the best interests of citizens so that the only logical solution is direct democracy involving all citizens who wish to participate

> constant mainstream media deception

> pornography that has been deliberately unleashed upon the public domain of the internet in order to perniciously trip up as many people as possible in the absence of filter protection, so that the required solution is the criminalisation of the distribution of pornography

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The Rothschilds-led synagogue of Satan, which is ultimately responsible for all of these problems, is absolutely terrified that the church of Jesus Christ will break free of the shackles of control that many tares have fastened around it in the process of infiltrating its leadership.  The synagogue of Satan is absolutely terrified that the church of Jesus will fulfil its God-given mandate to positively influence the world around us so that the Lord’s Prayer will be answered:

“Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name.  Your kingdom come.  Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”

“...ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.”

“...ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.”

“...ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.”


This fellowship on Thursday evening between 7:30pm and 8:30pm takes place at a time when the pastoral staff and other church staff may have finished work for the day to commence their two-day break from work, comprising Friday and Saturday.  All that is required is that the church staff provide these adults with the keys to open up the main church building and to lock it back up when this time of fellowship draws to a close at 8:30pm.  Naturally, the church staff would most likely choose instead to attend this time of fellowship at the very end of their working week on Thursday evening.  It would probably prove to be a very enjoyable and relaxed opportunity to observe the fruit of their ministry in the church at the end of the working week.





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