The sight of the saints of God has never failed to bring relief to a fellow pilgrim. Aaron was glad when he saw Moses. The soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David. Paul, when troubled on every side, was comforted by the coming of Titus and the report that the saints remembered him with a fervent mind. Even Christians upon their first meeting have the witness of the Spirit that they have met one who, with themselves, is a partaker of the common salvation. Though strangers and pilgrims in this world, they are not foreign to those of God’s household. This is surely true with those who walk in the fullness of the counsel of God in this latter part of the evening time. We who have heard the sound of the seventh trumpet and have fallen into the ranks of God’s restoring work have an unseverable bond. Our heart’s cry is, “Blow on, oh, seventh trumpet!” This last call of mercy has produced and will continue to produce the gathering together of a people that are willing to forsake all and stand on the Word of God alone. A restoration of the household of God is in full operation, and His children share a holy bond of one heart, soul, and mind.
For too long, the religious world has seen a departure from the apostolic message of the church of God. This fact is evidenced by the prevailing condition of spiritual deadness and insensitivity, the drift to worldliness, the decline in deep spirituality, the loss of evangelistic zeal, and the increasing dependence on tradition, man-rule, and intellectual understanding of the doctrine. God no longer tolerates these dark conditions. He is now sending a Holy Ghost awakening. This is a divine move of the Spirit, ordained by God and prophesied of in Revelation and other scriptures. God is restoring His church and calling all of His true children out of every sect and schism back to the one fold.
It is time for every one of God’s children to hear and obey, in fullness, God’s precious Word. He is calling us to be the church of God in the apostolic sense; not in name only, but in reality and power. Let the scriptures settle the matter. God is not coming for a defeated, divided, spiritually ragged, powerless church. He is coming for a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing.
That he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish.
Ephesians 5:27 KJV
In this time of restoration, we rejoice as the apostolic message of the church is once more being sounded forth clearly, in its purity and power, to gather unto God His glorious, blood-bought bride, the church of God. She is now making herself ready for the Saviour’s soon return.
We are zealous to meet with all lovers of truth and would love to hear from you!
And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.
Revelation 22:17 KJV
Names of Pastors: Bro. Pat O’Shea Photographs of Pastors: Service:
at Lucan Centre, Primrose Lane, Lucan Village
11:00 AM Sunday School
12:00 PM Worship Service
4:00 PM Worship Service
Regular streetmeetings are held at the GPO, weather-permitting.
Wednesdays: 7:00 PM