Christian Myths: The Bible does NOT Teach that it is Required for Believers in Jesus to “Join a Church”
I have been warning believers in Jesus Christ since 2020-2021 to get out of the Corporate Churches, most of which today I would use the biblical label of "Synagogues of Satan", as in general these Corporate Churches work together with the U.S. Government to participate in and support the Satanic structures that are the foundation of American culture today, such as the Demonic medical system and their products such as vaccines, the trafficking of children through foster care and adoption, the Zionist movement that supports genocide, and many other Satanic programs. I have shown how the American Church and Corporate Christianity are inseparable from the U.S. federal government, which I recently wrote best describes "The Great Prostitute" and "Babylon" in the book of Revelation. Two years ago I wrote an article showing how the Christian Religion is not even found in the Bible. This article was referenced in two testimonials we recently published, where a man from a Muslim nation met the Jesus of the Bible, and where a homeless young man also met the Jesus of the Bible. Both testified that they felt relieved that they could serve Jesus without converting to Christianity or joining a corporate church. Whenever I publish this truth from the Bible, that one does NOT need to join a church or become a Christian to know Jesus, I always get two types of responses from Christians. The first response is that while there are indeed a lot of problems within Christianity and the Corporate Churches, that one still needs to find a "good" church, usually referred to as something like "a Bible-believing church with sound doctrine," with severe warnings if one doesn't do so. They usually write things like "there are no Lone Ranger Christians" or "you may end up like Jim Jones," a Pastor who led his entire congregation to commit mass suicide-murder in Jonestown, Guyana, back in 1978. The second response is usually something like: "OK, I know that the corporate churches are bad, but where do I go to find other believers I can meet with and have fellowship with?" The thing that both of these responses seem to agree upon, is that the Bible teaches us to find a group of believers who meet together and then join that group, because we are commanded to do so, and to not seek out "fellowship" with other believers, is a sin. So what I am going to do in this article is show how this "teaching" is NOT found in the Bible, so you can be free from feeling guilty about this myth, and then give some practical ideas of what you could do in place of spending so much time trying to find other believers who think like you and agree with you on every issue.