|Another NTCC Wannabe is Stuck Sitting At the Kids' Table|
To sit at king kekel's table in the ntcc, you have to be invited and you have to be trusted. You don't have to be saved or sanctified, you don't have to be chosen or called by God and you don't have to live a Christian life. You just have to know how to play the game and how to conduct yourself around the ones who really matter in the ntcc. If you are not the type that want's to be invited into the dragon's lair, or if you are the type that likes to seek God's approval and not man's approval, you won't fit in. The ntcc and its top leader are one in the same. Davis was the ntcc. If you believe in the ntcc then you had to believe in Davis. You are either all in or you would not be included in that inner circle of one way trust and absolute loyalty and servitude to Davis. Kekel is now the absolute ruler in the ntcc. The bylaws define him as the final authority on everything that needs approval in the ntcc. The problem with this is that he is not as polished as Davis was when it came to motivating people to follow him without question. A lot of people don't even like Kekel and can't stand to be around him.
There are a whole lot of ministers and church members that are following the wrong king. They could be sitting at The King's table with Jesus at the head of the table; but instead they are willing to always be considered children by the ntcc leadership; and they will be treated that way for the rest of their lives. Instead of being heirs of God and Joint heirs with Christ and seated together with Him in heavenly places in Christ Jesus, they will always sit at the children's table asking their pastor-master, "Can I go to the bathroom, Pastor?" or "Can I fellowship with so and so?" or "Can I fix the leaking roof with money in the escrow that we have been collecting for years from the brethren that we have told that the purpose of the escrow was for unforeseen repairs and expansion?" "Can I have permission to speak, Pastor Kekel?" "I was thinking that perhaps I could visit my Mom and Dad on the way to conference. Do you think it would be okay if we cancelled Sunday night church service so I could stop by for two hours and say hi to my parents, before I continue to drive 16 hours through the night to make it to conference?" "Please, please, please, pastor-master?"
|Even Children Know the Kids' table is for Kids only.|
Don't let some ntcc bully push you into subservience.
Let no man beguile you of your reward in a voluntary humility and worshipping of angels, intruding into those things which he hath not seen, vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind, - Col 2:18 KJV here
You have to experience freedom outside of the cult, before you can learn that you were meant for so much more than to be a slave to a bunch of People who only care about you when you pay them tithe. If they don't benefit financially from you, they don't want you around; and you definitely are not going to be welcome at their table. Their treasure is where their heart is at. I've got good news for you ntcc'rs that are tired of sitting at the children's table. There is a table set and prepared for you and you are always welcome. You don't have to pledge your loyalty to a bunch of double standard hypocrites that will stab you in the back in front of your friends. You don't have to join yourself to a group of people whose leaders dictate to you when and where you will spend every dime of "Gawd's" money. You don't have to have some growling and groaning manipulative creep overseeing and micromanaging your finances so they can take their wife out to the Space Needle for a $200 fine dining experience while you treat your family to a $6.99 Rotisserie chicken and wonder how you are going to feed them until your next check comes in. You are sitting at the wrong table if you are living like this.
A recent comment left by Anonymous:
"I remember the first time I gave a dollar to a bum, I felt liberated because like you said we had been taught not to waste our money and blah blah blah But I felt like George on Seinfeld when he started doing the opposite of what he would do and his life started changing for the better.
I know this will sound weird to some because they might not know what I'm referring to about Seinfeld. A little thing like giving a dollar to that beggar was life changing for me. I remember the man was so thankful and it touched my heart because he said God bless you and I knew that he was sincere And meant what he said."
I believe the person who left this comment has found the key to a successful transition from being a cult member to being a decent Christian human being. It's actually a way to simplify things in your life and if people would follow this example they might find that Christianity is not as difficult as the ntcc made it out to be. Just do the opposite. I don't mean do the opposite of everything they taught but be the opposite of what they were and what they stood for. Instead of being a double standard hypocrite, try being an honest person. Instead of paying your tithe to some grumbling and murmuring preacher who pesters you every payday, and then sends a large portion of it to the rich people who are sitting at king kekel's table, try calling up the volunteer workers at a homeless shelter and ask what those people have need of and buy some of the things they have need of. You will find that kind of giving much more satisfying and fulfilling than giving ten percent of your income to an organization that has lied to you since its conception about tithe. Wake up and read the scriptures for yourself. Don't believe us, or the ntcc. Get your nose in the book and find out what God says about tithe. Stop wasting your money and your life. You deserve better and so do the people you love and care for. Your family deserves better and so do you.
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And hath raised [us] up together, and made [us] sit together in heavenly [places] in Christ Jesus: - Eph 2:6 KJV
And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; to him [be] glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen. - Rev 1:6 KJV