Friday, December 13, 2013, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Led by Keeney Dickenson
Cost: 6:4 Fellowship Member: $0.00, General Registration (Non-member): $5.99, Group Viewing: $15.99
Join us for an impactful webcast on the critical practice of the Solemn Assembly!
The solemn assembly was a prominent feature in the revivals of the Old Testament. Also, throughout the history of the church, gatherings of solemnity have been one of the most vital parts of revivals that have occurred (as seen in Acts 2, and other historical revivals).
The nature of the solemn assembly is expressly stated in those two words: (1) Solemn: this gathering is unique in that a spirit of solemnity prevails as opposed to the levity with which many gather routinely for worship; (2) Assembly: this was a time when all the people of a community of faith regardless of age, or secular distraction, were to gather with the purpose of seeking the face of God.
There is a great need today for local churches to suspend routine activities, and bring their ecclesiastical programs to a halt with the express purpose of coming clean and pure before a Holy God, and returning to Him with wholehearted repentance. Until we repent of corporate sin, all other religious activity can become very repulsive to the God we claim to worship (Isaiah 1:11-15; 1 Samuel 15:22).
Through the practice of Solemn Assemblies, we can reorient and reconnect God's people back toward His word, His ways, and His will, as we seek to do His work.
Join us for this one hour webcast and discover:
The purpose of a Solemn Assembly
The Biblical foundation of Solemn Assemblies in the Old Testament
The place of Solemn Assemblies and meetings in the New Testament Church
How A Solemn Assembly can revitalize your own relationship with Christ
Why you, and other churches, need to host a Solemn Assembly
Practical Instruction on planning and hosting a Solemn Assembly