The Higher Liberty
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The Higher Liberty
by Gregory HHC, d
Minister of His Holy Church
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There is a great controversy in
churches over the meaning of terms like elder, episkopos,
protos episkopos, leitourgos, huperetes, diakonos,
poimen. After two thousand years of
gainsaying and vanity, and because of the divisions and impotence of
the modern church, confusion reigns over the minds of the people and
their churches. There were many offices within the body of the
Church and few understand their purpose, authority, or titular
A corporation in civil law is
two or more people, acting as one person, for a particular purpose,
under a preexisting authority. The corporations of men are the
institution of men who make things in their own image, often playing
god in their own efforts. The Family is the first institution of God.
It is His Holy estate. Within the family there are offices of Husband
and Father, Wife and Mother but also there is the office of Son and
Daughter. Each had their rights and responsibilities passed down from
generation to generation.
”And the LORD said unto Noah,
Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen
righteous before me in this generation.” Genesis 7:1
The word Elder is not an
office of the Church, but an office of the Family. The apostles no
more appointed men to the office of elder than they could appoint a
man to the office of Father. These are terms of nature and nature’s
Rome fell when the sacredness of
the family was diminished by the demise of a need for the family.
When the state became Father of all, the head of the family was cut
off. As the fathers of families decreased Rome declined. Without the
natural fathers they became a nation of orphans and widows and the
foundation of all society, which is the family, failed.
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