This Is My Body Ekklesia as God Intended There is a radical differences between church as we know it and ekklesia as God intended it This book will challenge you to consider God s specific New Testament design for the Body of Christ and ho

  • Title: This Is My Body: Ekklesia as God Intended
  • Author: Keith Giles
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  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is a radical differences between church as we know it, and ekklesia as God intended it This book will challenge you to consider God s specific, New Testament design for the Body of Christ and how God s blueprint for a temple can only be fulfilled in the lives of His people.

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    1. Very well written on comparing the religious church of today and the true Church that Christ is building. Just finished reading this a second time and enjoyed it even more. So much to think about and so much information on how Church should be when we allow Christ to build his Church and get the man-made organization out of the way.

    2. For ye are the temple of the living God.What was the temple that Jesus came to establish? It was you and I—the living temple of the Holy Spirit. Jesus did what David and Solomon and all the rest could never do. He built an acceptable temple for God that was cleansed with His own blood and purified by the Lamb of God.And God has said: “I will live with them and walk among them, and I will be their God, and they will be my people.” -2 Cr. 6:16This concept forms the basis of Giles’ book, Th [...]

    3. Keith Giles adds his voice to the growing number of those who identify as Christians, but have objections to how churches operate in today's society. This Is My Body: Ekklesia as God Intended calls for a return to what Giles refers to as a 'New Testament Christianity' and he repeatedly draws attention to Bible passages which describe a kind of church that would be foreign to many today. He bluntly writes, "I believe it's time the Church went out of business." The book envisions a church that doe [...]

    4. A simply written and very readable book from Giles which I will give 5 stars to simply because it makes you think. On nearly every page you can feel a 'yes, but' moment growing in your head which you often find the answer to later on. If you don't then you know where to look and hopefully find the answer.This book makes some very good arguments for the simplicity of the 'house church' and the ministry of all believers. If you have issues with traditional religion or the 'business model' of some [...]

    5. I think that this is the kind of book that someone might say changed their life.It starts out as a history of God's temple, through the old testament, and talks about the significance of the tabernacle, and the ark of the covenant, and the High Priests, and sacrifice. The book goes into great detail about the history of all these things, and why they're important. It also makes reference to a lot of Old Testament prophecy about the coming of Jesus.After this, the book shifts gear as it goes into [...]

    6. This Is My Body Ekklesia As God Intended by Keith GilesReview by Crissy Brooks- June 20, 2011Keith Giles’ latest gift, This is My Body Ekklesia As God Intended is an invitation to be the family that The Church was meant to be. In a time when it is hip to be down on church and many of us are sure we can plant the next great congregation, Giles speaks softly, calling us back to the Scriptures and the One who first invited us to partake at the table together.In the last decade we have been barrag [...]

    7. It feels like I have read every book there is out there on church and so I did not expect a lot from Keith's book when I first picked it up. I was pleasantly surprised. It is a great book and it does a fantastic job in revealing the church as an organism rather than an organization. The author brings a Christ centered approach to scripture which is really the only way one is ever going to understand the church properly. I will definitely be looking up some of his other books now as well.

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