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This is part two of a blog series by John Alley on the subject of apostolic authority. These are taken from Chapter 5 of his book, The Apostolic Revelation. . Part one is available here.

No Authority Without Submission to Authority

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This is part one of a series of blogs by John Alley on Apostolic Authority. These are taken from Chapter 5 of his book, The Apostolic Revelation.

The question of authority is one of the pivotal issues for the reformation of the church. As we often say, “this is where the rubber hits the road”. Either apostles do have authority over the church on behalf of Christ, or they do not.

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It is that time of year when people begin to plan their 2019 Calendars. We encourage you to consider joining us in 2019, in Rockhampton, for the annual Australian Apostolic Summit.

The idea of the apostle, and being apostolic has spread rapidly throughout the world, but the true essence of it, and the grace and authority of real apostleship still eludes many churches. God is raising up the genuine, but the excitement of new things causes many to rush ahead without proper understanding. The summit is always a great time to learn and grow in your understanding of these things.

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In Ephesians 4:13 it states "This will continue until we all come to such unity in our faith and knowledge of God's son that we will be mature in the Lord, measuring up to the full and complete standard of Christ." (NLV)

What is going to continue? The previous verses tell us, it is the giving of apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers. These are the gifts of grace given to the Body of Christ in Christ's ascension. These are not given before Jesus ascended, but in his ascension, that is while he is seated at the Father's right hand in heaven.

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Is what seems real, really real?

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Who is the first apostle in the Bible? While it seems that we first find apostles in the gospel accounts when Jesus selected his twelve, actually none of these are first.

The writer of Hebrews tells us to "fix your thoughts on Jesus, whom we acknowledge as our apostle and high priest." (Heb 3:1) Jesus is our first apostle. Jesus is selected as an apostle by His Father in Heaven, and sent to earth as God's representation, as God's ambassador, as God himself.

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The outback of Australia is one of the most remote parts of the planet, and also one of the least populated. Over the years a number of ministries have endeavored to reach out to people living in the interior. The most well known of these is probably, Rev John Flynn, from the Presbyterian Inland Mission, who established the Royal Flying Doctors Service. In the above picture you can see the ruins of an early mission building in Birdsville, used by John Flynn as an outback hospital.

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Have you ever stopped to consider what you value in ministry? Ministry is about others, and your values should therefore be others focussed. Sometimes ministers find that subconsciously they have self focussed ministry values, aimed to make themselves sucessful. That is, they serve others, so that they look good, and there are many ways and shapes of that.

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To view live streaming, make sure you check your time zone matches +10 GMT (Brisbane) and go to this page where the stream will start when the message for each session commences.

The 2019 Australia Apostolic Summit will have a total of 8 meetings over 4 days, and each of them will be live streamed as below:

 

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During April Peace has ministered, with the visit of Pastor Lloyd Gill, at a number of locations in Uganda, Africa.

Lloyd has ministered for Bishop Wafula Frederick, Pastor Simon Bali and Brother Timothy at a number of locations including Kampala, Wakitaka and a remote place near Lake Kyoga.

Over the years Peace has ministered in Uganda on many occasions, and a number of us have been there, including Lloyd multiple times. God has been very gracious in opening doors and allowing us to sow the seed of the apostolic message into hearts and minds across this nation.

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