in the bible paul said forsake not the assymbley of your selves

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    Yes, he did at Heb. 10:23-26.  But he was not talking about coming to sit together as one would wait for a bus.  It brings out we must encourage one another, build one another up, strengthen one another, especially in these final days of this corrupt world ruled by Satan.  We should also srengthen and increare our public declaration  of God's Kingdom that will wipe this corrupt system away and take control for both the planet and every living creature on it for their common good.

    . The apostle Paul wrote: “Let us be concerned about one another in order to promote love and good works, not staying away from our meetings, as some habitually do, but encouraging each other.” (Hebrews 10:24, 25, Holman Christian Standard Bible) Just as family bonds are strengthened when family members spend time together, so bonds of love between those who want to serve God are strengthened when Christians meet together for worship.


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    When the apostle Paul said that, he meant Christians should get together when they want to worship Christ, or pray to Him......because Jesus said, " Where ever two or more of ye are gathered in my name, it shall be given unto you ''

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