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God sees the heart and mind of mankind, but the world often requires something more tangible as evidence in witness.

His Holy Church offers a system for the edification, authentication, solemnization, and protection of the free Church and congregation which may assist in the maintenance and nurturing of a free people under God.

"Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you." Luke 17:21

The Church is not a building. It is an institution of Christ. It is not a place here or there. It, like the Kingdom of God, is composed of living souls who seek to do the will of Christ and the Father. Its mission is imposed by Christ upon the hearts and minds of those who are faithful to His way in Spirit and in Truth.

Documenting the formation of the Church is no different than recording the births, baptisms, and marriages of families in any other government, or marking the boundary corners of property, or the borders of a dominion. It is for those who are seeking the kingdom. That record of the Church and the people also helps to identify and protect the Church in the performance of its duty to God the Father and His people by establishing the intent, obligations, rights, and responsibilities of all those who comprise the Church and the people in congregation as well as the authority by which the Church does act and the people live as free souls under God.

Keeping that record is a true and accurate way of preaching or publishing of the Kingdom of God. It is a work in progress from generation to generation.

The Church is defined by the world in Black’s Law Dictionary:

“In its most general sense, the religious society founded and established by Jesus Christ, to receive, preserve, and propagate His doctrines and ordinances.”

“A body or community of Christians, united under one form of government by the profession of one faith, and the observance of the same rituals and ceremonies.”

First, the Church is seen as founded and established by Jesus the Christ. It is not established by the "world" or the institution and authority of the "world".

Our prayer is to conform to Christ, meeting His requirements, maintaining and edifying His Church in righteousness and truth avoiding those stumbling blocks, the deceitful meat, snares, and traps which are a recompense to us and the Church.

The Church is a community and it is also under one form of government, separate and different from other governments, so that it may remain His Holy Assembly. The ordinances and doctrines of the Church are dictated by God. It is barred from exercising authority one over the other, but yet it is to be the benefactor of the people. In observance of His commandments, by the ritual of His ways, the ceremonies of His deeds, in service to His people and the world we profess our faith as the body of Christ by love.

All the documents offered contribute to prima facia evidence of a separation from the ways of the world and our faith or fidelity in Christ's way. These rituals and ceremonies, rites and services, forms and protocols are for the purpose of keeping the Church from the domination by the world while remaining in the world.

The purpose of these relationships, evidenced by this documentation, is to facilitate the individual in their search for the Kingdom and His righteousness. The recording of these events and documents is done in service to the people, the Church, and to Christ, and our Father in Heaven. The change that comes from being Baptized in the spirit of Christ Jesus, as Lord of your life, is only visible to those who have eyes to see. The world, not seeing these things of the spirit, needs evidence that is visible to the people of the world. Each member of a congregation and minister must define their ministry according to the spirit of the Father in their heart and mind.

Each ordained minister of Christ must recognize and be recognized, accept or reject the purposes and doctrines of Christ as revealed in his heart and the hearts of the people according to his God given conscience. These provided forms and records are offered in that service so that there may be a uniform witness to the world, but it is by our love for one another and the fruits of that love that we shall be truly known

Marriage

Adoption

Birth Packet

Baptism and Christening

Death

These records are dependent on the separate and distinct nature of the Church and its ministers of the congregation of the people.

We also will require the formation of recognized congregations and Churches of Record based on biblical precepts of the Kingdom of God, including two or three witnesses and a chain of agreement with in the record of the people.

Forming a Church

These records are dependent on the separate and distinct nature of the Church and its ministers of the congregation of the people.

We also will require the formation of recognized congregations and Churches of Record based on biblical precepts of the Kingdom of God, including two or three witnesses and a chain of agreement with in the record of the people.

Forming a Church

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