When Jesus ascended to Heaven after His resurrection, He commissioned His disciples to establish the Church as an extension of His ministry on the earth. This shift in their job description from learners to teachers came with a new name (along with other early church leaders): Apostles. The title is the Greek word that means “one who is sent out with a special message.” Part of their work involved writing the New Testament as led by the Holy Spirit. It is in these pages that they record Jesus’ ministry and explain the principles of the New Covenant. It’s how we learn what they came to know and understand about what Jesus taught concerning the end-times.
Unfortunately, within 300 years after the Apostles laid the biblical foundation of God’s redemptive plan, Church leaders began to water down and even modify those doctrines in order to cater to the changes in society (after the fall of the Roman Empire and the rise of Constantine who ruled over the western part of what was left of that empire). Sound familiar?
Incidentally, if you’re wondering what the early Church fathers up until that time taught before this compromise, check out some of their ancient quotes under the Resources tab of this website.
This watering down of biblical doctrine drained the Church throughout its history of each of the “elementary principles” of the faith listed in Hebrews 6. Our faithful God restored these truths one by one over the years at the appointed time, and is now doing so with the last principles concerning the end-times (resurrection and eternal judgment). We’re living in the last round of reformation and restoration before Christ returns. It’s our privilege as Levelers to move in step with God!
Our first assignment is to make sure we clearly see and understand the end-time doctrines found in God’s Word. The amount of Scripture devoted to the topic is amazing. This tells us it must be an important topic in Father’s eyes. This is what this website and our YouTube channel called “The Chronos Messenger” is all about.
Our second assignment is to share the message of comfort, hope, and victory in the power of the Spirit—with signs, wonders, and miracles following (Mark 16:15-18). This isn’t so that we can attract attention to ourselves. It’s because when Christ is exalted, He draws people to Him (John 12:32). It’s because the goodness of God as seen in these signs, wonders, and miracles is what draws people to repentance (Romans 2:4).
The time is short. Our job is to get as many people as possible into the Ark of Jesus Christ before the Day of the Lord dawns. We need to be “gatherers” as we prepare to be gathered!