Importance of Building Benches of 12

Importance of Building Benches of 12

By Bill Brady

The early church met together daily in houses to fellowship, eat, pray and dialog about what the apostles had been teaching.

  • We dialog daily on chat groups, meet for ascensions and listen to recordings.
  • This is good.
  • There is something better.

That is benching together around a shared mountain and a shared blueprint.

  • We become a member of a bench.
  • We move into Responsibility.
  • We fellowship with one another around a work that we are doing together.
  • This is a deeper form of fellowship.

The deepest form of fellowship is found on a bench of 12.

  • I believe that everyone is meant to be a member of a bench of 12.
  • 12 is a very governmental model shown to us.
  • ( 12 disciples, 12 chancellors houses , 2 sets of 12 elders in heaven)
  • A bench of 12 is designed by God to grow itself up into the full stature of Christ.
  • Each member is part of the building up of the group, individually and as a group.
  • In the case of a bench of 12 the shared mountain is the ecclesia mountain.
  • And the shared destiny is to grow up into the fulness of Jesus’ kingship.

This is a heavenly realms version of what the early church was doing by meeting daily in houses.

  • Each of us will become part of a bench of 12.
  • That bench will grow itself up into mature sons.
  • A Scroll Group was the first group to experience a crowning as a bench of 12.
  • God told me that this group is a prototype.
  • This means that all of us are meant to experience something similar.

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