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Duties of the Treasurer As the holder of the bag, the principal quality in any treasurer is trustworthiness. When every mind is influenced by the Word, the worst rules carry the ecclesia forward smoothly. Christadelphians do not recognise ecclesias formed as a result of vuide and strife. In parts of Africa the above arrangements will be modified in accordance with established ecclesial practice.

It is most important that the facts in the case be proved, clearly evident to all and not merely the result of gossip, which is a very unreliable guide.

They are commended to the use of ecclesias today.

Cases of sin and withdrawal Withdrawal is a serious step, and ought not to be taken lightly against any brother. First, there must be a recognition that the best of us fail. Christ places this principle foremost: If a candidate lives at a distance from an ecclesia it is preferable for the baptism to be performed in their presence. In such a case the minority will bear their disappointment and conform to the decision of the majority. A clear and full record of all receipts and payments, in conjunction with the recording brother, and a clear report at each business meeting, completes his part —an essential, honourable, though humble part.


A first necessity in such a case will be a room to meet in. If it be asked, How is a brotherly spirit to be known?

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When it is otherwise, failure is certain. It will probably be sufficient at eccleial for a company of two or three to meet m the home of one of them. He should try to support his answers by christaddelphian references.

If this is unsuccessful, one or two others should go along with the same end in view. Servants not masters The great principle which must inspire every ecclesia is the one laid down by Jesus himself: This is fundamental to all our ecclesial arrangements.

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The recording brother particularly should be discreet, not easily upset or liable to take offence —in fact a gentleman. The baptismal Name When the candidate is ready the immerser asks him: Through baptism he becomes a child of God, and thereafter must continue faithfully in well-doing.


It is important to remember this all the time. This topic is locked. Alongside these high and proper ideals, each ecclesia has to run its everyday affairs. Community Forum Software by IP. What other principle can be acted upon? The system of daily readings known as The Bible Companion has been used by the Christadelphians for well over a hundred years.

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In many ecclesias every huide member is given a copy. No one should seek his own advantage or aspire to ecclesial office for self-glory.

The teaching of the Sunday School scholars is a privilege which brethren and sisters should learn to look upon as a most important work for the Lord. It erects a barrier not easily removed. The true secret of success This lies in the rich indwelling of the word of Christ in each individual member of the ecclesia —a state to be attained only by the daily and prayerful reading of the Scriptures.

They seek to impress people not by the largeness of their buildings but by the largeness of their hearts.