Sermon by William P Goff
Scriptures from the KJV
Last time I spoke, we were discussing the overall condition of the church of God,
and how the church is lacking; yes lacking in spiritual power
in these latter days in which we are living. We were discussing how the
miracles that our Lord assured us would follow those who
believe (the signs that He would perform to confirm
where He is working) are absent today from the roll-call (if you
will) within the church of the Living God.
Where are these signs brethren? The signs that were to
follow? The Powerful Spiritual gifts that God has promised
would follow those who believe? Where is the casting out of
devils? Where is the speaking with new tongues? Being
these signs, these powerful gifts were promised
to those who believe, one can only conclude, that there is a belief problem in the church of God today.
Yes, there appears to be a lack of faith, an epidemic (if you
will) of unbelief that abides today in the members of the body of
Mat 17:14 please.
(Unbelief is nothing new to
God’s people; even the original disciples were guilty of it.)
Mat 17:14: And when they were
come to the multitude, there came to him a certain man, kneeling down to
him, and saying,
15: Lord, have mercy on my
son: for he is lunatick, and sore vexed: for oft times he falleth into
the fire, and oft into the water.
And I brought him to thy disciples, and they could not cure him.
17: Then Jesus answered and
said, O faithless and perverse generation, how long shall I be
with you? how long shall I suffer you? bring him hither to me.
18: And Jesus rebuked the devil;
and he departed out of him: and the child was cured from that very hour.
19: Then came the disciples to
Jesus apart, and said, Why could not we cast him out?
20: And Jesus said unto them, Because of
your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as
a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence
to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible
Is there not even
one among us today brethren, in the church of
God, who is in possession of even a mustard seed
wonder why nearly 2,000 years ago our Lord questioned whether He
would find faith on this earth at His return. And brethren, when
He posed that question (He was speaking to His elect.)
I ask Brethren, Where are these gifts, these Spiritual gifts, these
those hands that were to be laid on the sick, for
their recovery, for their total, immediate & miraculous
He was wounded for our transgressions; He was bruised,
bruised beyond recognition, for our iniquities. Isaiah prophesied
that our Lord & Savior’s appearance would be so disfigured,
beyond that of any man, and His form marred, beyond human
Our Lord & Savior went through all
of that suffering. Those prophecies were fulfilled.
The chastisement (the punishment)
that was to bring us peace,
was upon Him, Isiah said; and with His stripes, we were to be
our Lord and Savior receive those stripes in vane? Has
His Word lost its authority, or has His arm weakened? Has the
Immeasurable Power of the Almighty God, dwindled, in these latter
Or is the problem not with God, but with us, His church? Is the lack of
these signs, due to a chronic case of doubt, unbelief and
need to move a mountain today brethren, we need to cast the mountain of
unbelief and unfaithfulness that has been running rampant
in the church of God these days, into the sea.
We need to
know why, yes why the church of God is currently in this
condition of unbelief & lack of faith, because until we
know the cause, we cannot address the cure.
The church wasn’t always like this. O, the disciples had trouble casting
the devil out of that Lunatic back then because of their
unbelief, but that was before the Holy Spirit was given. That was before
Christ returned to the Father’s Throne.
Remember, He said: “He that
believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also;
and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my
Brethren, after the Holy Spirit was given to them on Pentecost,
the miracles began flowing – Spiritual Power was in their
possession, and God was confirming where He was
working with signs following.
Remember, God has to be there, God has to be involved. Because “of
and by ourselves, we can do nothing.”
(Mark 16:20 please. We looked at this last time.
(Mark 16. Lets start in verse 17.)
Mk 16:17: And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name
shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues;
18: They shall take up serpents;
and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall
lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
19: So then after the Lord had
spoken unto them, he was received up into heaven, and sat on the right
hand of God.
(Like He said earlier: greater works than these
shall ye do; because I go unto my Father.”)
Mk:16:20: And they went forth, and preached every where, the Lord working with them, and
confirming the word with signs
Working = The Greek: To be a
fellow worker. Co-ad-ju-tor = an associate in action, a
co-worker or colleague, especially one appointed to assist in
official duties, as the assistant of a bishop.
returned to heaven,
and has been appointed by the Father to assist us in our official duties. That’s why He told His disciples that
greater works shall ye do after I return to the Fathers
Throne, (because the Father was going to appoint Christ to assist them
from His Throne.) Our official duties (among other
things) is to preach the Gospel to the world & feed the flock.)
>So being we don’t have this
Spiritual Power, this assistance from Christ is not
there, being these signs follow are not taking place at this
time, we have to ask a question here, Where are you Christ?
Sometimes, things are not what they seem to be.
You sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods.
Rev 3:17 Christ tells US, His
Laodicean church: Ye sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods,
and have need of nothing. Knowest not that thou art wretched, and
miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked?
The problem in the church of God
is not with Christ, the problem is with us, we have our Lord and
Savior, our Chief Sheppard, locked out.
20: Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my
voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him,
and he with me.
Brethren, there is a belief problem in the church of God today.
We need to believe Christ, in every thing that He says. We need to hear His voice, and follow His instructions.
1st, let us stop pointing the finger at others, thinking that they are the Laodiceans, because we are the laodiceans.
We don’t have that door open yet; Christ is still on the outside and knocking.
If Christ were on the inside, and supping with us, these powerful gifts would be present. Brethren, the problem is spots. The problem is blemishes. The problem is wrinkles. The crux of the problem within the church of God today, is transgressions.
Christ is sitting at the right hand of the Father in His Throne. He has been instructed by the Father to assist us in our official duties.
But Christ & The Father will not dwell with sin. Their colleagues, their co-workers, their associates in action, need to be Upright!
(Acts 5:12 please.)
Solomon’s Porch is where the
miracles began back in the days of the Apostles. Remember when Peter &
John were walking into the Temple and they saw that cripple at the gate,
asking alms? They healed him!
“Silver and gold have I none;
(they said) but such as I have give I thee: In the name of
Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk.”
They could speak
in the name of Jesus Christ back then brethren,
because they were filled with the Holy Spirit, The Father &
Christ were living in them, and they were given a lot of
The Apostles were Upright back then brethren, because Christ & The Father
dwell with sin.
That gate where that
miracle was performed was called “Gate Beautiful” That gate was just
outside of Solomon’s Porch.
Solomon’s Porch holds the key
to that Spiritual Power – those powerful gifts that are lacking in the
church of God today are connected with Solomon’s porch.
Acts:5:12: And by the hands of
the apostles were many signs and wonders wrought among the people; (and they were all with one accord in
There is much significance to Solomon’s Porch, and it connects the
miracles – the Spiritual Power – the Signs Follow.
Solomon’s Porch was a colonnade of Pillars, Pillars connected at the
top by what is called the Entablature. The Entablature
is actually another Pillar that is across the top of all the other
Pillars, connecting them together.
It’s called The Head Pillar. The
Entablature is Christ.
(The one we need to be connected to.) (The one who’s
we need to hear, and follow.)
Brethren, in order for the pillars to be connected to the Entablature, they had to be Upright.
If their not Upright, then their not connected.
We know what pillars are,
their plumb, their strong, their perfectly upright.
(John 14:23 please)
Jn:14:23: Jesus answered and
said unto him, If a man love me, (How do you love God? By keeping
His commandments) he will keep my words (Which words? Every
word that proceeded out of the mouth of God) and my Father will
love him, and we (Christ & the Father) will come unto
him, and make our abode with him.
Want to be a pillar in
God’s church brethren? What to be the recipient of some of those
Power Spiritual Gifts that our Lord wants to bestow upon us?
Want to perform some mighty good
works, so our Heavenly Father can be Glorified?
Hukata Matata (No Problem) (No
Worries) all we have to do to accomplish that, is to walk
How do we walk uprightly? How do we put the brakes on to our
transgressing? By utilizing a very powerful tool that our Lord and
Savior gave us on the night in which He was betrayed.
The use of that powerful tool
became a tradition in God’s church, back when our Lord was working with them, back when He was
confirming His word with
many signs & wonders.
2,000 years ago, on the Day of
Pentecost, those who repented and were baptized,
received God Holy Spirit.
On the first day alone, about
3,000 souls were added to God church, and they began a tradition.
(Act 2:37 please)
A very important tradition
brethren, but a tradition that is no longer kept in the
house of God. (It’s not even remembered in God’s church.)
Acts 2:37 please. It was the day
of Pentecost, (were cutting in here) - this is where the
multitude came together, and were pricked in their hearts upon
realizing that it was the Christ that they had crucified.
Act 2: 37: Now when they heard
this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and to the
rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do?
Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the
remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy
39: For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that
are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.
40: And with many other words
did he testify and exhort, saying, Save yourselves from this
untoward generation. (That’s us again brethren, in need
of saving ourselves from this untoward generation.)
41: Then they that gladly
received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto
them about three thousand souls.
(And then, they began what became a
tradition in the church) (Not
a worldly tradition) (Not a man made tradition) (But a
tradition that originated in the Scriptures.)
Verse 42: And they continued
stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine (Not man’s
teachings like it is today in the church, causing confusion and division
from the hundreds of different men teaching their own agendas, with many
following their parnescus ways) And they continued stedfastly in the
apostles' doctrine and in breaking of bread,
and in prayers.
This breaking of bread here
is said to be a particular breaking. It comes from the
Greek Word KLAO meaning the breaking off of leaves, sprouts,
In the NT used
only of the breaking of bread which was made in thin cakes, not in
loaves like the loaves of Mat
14:19 where Christ commanded the multitude to sit down on the grass
where He gave the five loaves to physically nourish the five thousand, or Mat 15:36. where
He gave the seven loaves to physically nourish the four thousand.
The breaking of this bread here, the breaking of these
applies to the body of Christ broken at the
crucifixion, denoting the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. This bread
is for our Spiritual nourishment.
You can read about this in many
places, like in Acts 20:7; 1 Cor 10:16; Jn 13:18, and other places like
in Luke 24:30, where Jesus broke bread with the two disciples who were
on their way to Emmaus. When Jesus broke this
bread with them, they realized who He was, and their eyes were
The breaking of this
bread became a tradition in the church, and it became known as
feast of charity or love feasts. (The
Agape Love that comes directly from the Father was
flowing in God’s church at that time.)
And the gifts of the Spirit were
being poured out upon the entire church by the Father,
with some having a psalm, others having a
doctrine, a tongue,
a revelation, an interpretation,
The gifts of the Spirit were flowing.
Yes, flowing amongst the brethren, not like it is today, in these latter days, where the
Spirit has been quenched by the pulpits of the many
false teachers and false leaders who have stepped in to
take control over the brethren, stating that they have the gifts
of the Spirit, as they continue to lord over the Laity.
Back to Verse 43 now, where God’s
Spirit was flowing amongst all the brethren:
Acts 2: 43 And fear
came upon every soul: and many wonders and signs were done by the
particular fear spoken of here was a good fear, it produced belief,
(like it says: and many signs and wonders were done.)
fear is related to godly fear – reverence. It’s the same
fear that the disciples cried out with, when they saw
Jesus walking on the sea that night when they were in the boat, and He
This particular fear caused
Peter to walk on the water, to go to Jesus.
Notice when this fear came upon every soul?
When they began keeping the
newly begun tradition.
Back to Verse 42: And they
continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in
breaking of bread, and in prayers.
43 And fear came upon every
soul: and many wonders and signs were done by the apostles.
44: And all that believed were
together (not divided into 300 separate man made groups)
and had all things common; 45:
And sold their possessions and goods, and parted them to all men, as
every man had need.
God’s Spirit was flowing at that
time brethren, there was no one Lording over them and quenching the
46: And they, continuing daily
with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to
house, did eat their meat with gladness
and singleness of heart,
47: Praising God, and having
favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily
such as should be saved. Those 5 words come
from only one Greek word:
SOZO it means = to
save, make whole, heal.
God’s Holy Spirit was flowing back
then, God’s church was of one accord. Many signs & wonders were being
performed, faith & belief was being exhibited by the brethren, and the
Word was being confirmed by the Almighty with signs following.
Well, what happened brethren?
We need to know what happened
in God’s church, why, or how the unbelief crept back in. We need
to know the cause, and see how to address the cure.
We need to
understand something about TRADITIONS, because over the years, the
traditions within the church of God have changed, and not for the
better, but for the worse.
Funk & Wagnall’s New comprehensive international dictionary of the
English Language defines Tradition as such:
1 = The transmission of knowledge,
opinions, doctrines, customs, practices, etc., handed down from
generation to generation, originally by word of mouth and by example.
2 = That body
of Christian doctrines handed down through successive generations and
held by some churches to belong to the deposit of faith, even if they
may not be found in the Holy Scriptures.
What? Traditions of doctrines handed down and
believed even if they are not found in the Scriptures? Could this be
possible? Could there be doctrines, teachings, traditions (that
are not Scriptural) being taught & practices in the church of God today,
and even believed amongst the many, as Truth?
Yes, because this is the Laodicean
era, where the church thinks that they are rich, increased with good,
and in need of nothing.
No need to
study. Some think that we just need to hold on to the traditions that
have been handed down. (Not realizing that some of these traditions are
not Scriptural. That's why Jude exhorts us with diligence
to earnestly*contend yes, strive, fight to get
back to the Faith, the Doctrines, the Truths that
were once delivered to the Saints.
The “Word English Dictionary” defines
as a tradition, and defines it as such: = a doctrine or body of
doctrines regarded as having been established by Christ or the Apostles,
though not contained in the Bible.
Brethren, some traditions can be quite beneficial to the church, (If they are
Scriptural) but some traditions can be quite damaging to the
church (If they are not Scriptural.)
We need to be aware of
which church traditions we are following & practicing (Whether they are
Scriptural or not) because these unscriptural traditions have much to do
with those miracles & signs & wonders, that are absent in the
early church traditions that were very beneficial to the growth
and the overall faith of the church, began to be attacked, and
eventfully totally removed by a Cannon that was decreed at the
Council of Laodicea around 363-364 AD.
Were going to see that in a minute, but
first, lets go to the book of Jude and see where these Love Feasts
began to be attacked.
(Jude 1 starting in verse 3 please.) The Love Feasts began to be
attacked from within the church (from the false teacher that the
church was warned about over & over by the Apostles.)
Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of
the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and
exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith
which was once delivered unto the saints.
why is it so vitally important for us to strive & fight for the faith
that was once delivered to the saints?
because there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of old
ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace
of our God into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God,
and our Lord Jesus Christ.
(Dropping down to verse 12 for
lack of time)
are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast
with you, feeding themselves without fear:
clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; trees whose fruit
withereth, without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by the roots; (We
know this type brethren, we’ve seen them in action for many years,
“ministers” lording over the brethren.)
Verse 16: These are murmurers, complainers, walking after their own
lusts; and their mouth speaketh great swelling words, having men's
persons in admiration because of advantage.
But, beloved, remember ye the words which were spoken before of the
apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ;
18: How that
they told you there should be mockers in the last time, who should walk
after their own ungodly lusts. 19: These be they who separate
themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit. 20: But ye,
beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the
Holy Ghost, 21: Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for
the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.
These men who
crept*in*unawares were spots (The Greek means a ledge, or reef of rocks
in the sea) the very thigh that caused many shipwrecks, with a
high loss of life.
need to use much caution here concerning the church traditions that we
have been adhering to.
(2 Ths 2:15 please)
traditions are very important to the growth & well being
of its members. (The correct church traditions will produce much
Spiritual fruit.) (But the wrong church traditions will cause a
We need to know how to differentiate between the good traditions
and the bad traditions.
2Thes:2:15: Therefore, brethren,
stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by
word, or our epistle.
Yes, we need to hold on
to church traditions, but only the traditions that have been taught by
word (Logos in the Greek – meaning Christ’s teachings) or the traditions
taught by the Apostles epistles.)
Brethren, we have to live by the Bible. We have to conduct our selves
according to the Scriptures. It is the Scriptures that contain
And as we
noted and addressed last time:
is of utmost importance to the church of God. Truth defines
the church of the Living God.
The church is: The pillar and ground of
1 Tim 3:15.
Truth is what sanctifies us, sets us apart from everyone
else: Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth
Truth is how the Father wants
us to worship Him:
But the hour
cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the
Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to
worship him. Jn:4:23.
God is a
Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in
We need to live by truth. We need
to do things according to God’s way, follow HIS instructions. His Traditions.
We need to study the Scriptures and make
sure that what we have been taught by men is in accordance with the Word
of God. And if our church traditions are unbiblical – (unscriptural) then we need to stop practicing them,
and get back to the correct
one, the Scriptural ones, the ones that produce much good fruit,
even the fruit of miracles, signs and wonders.
The traditions that began on the day of Pentecost, when God poured out
His Holy Spirit in abundance, caused many to began receiving and
utilizing their Powerful Spiritual Gifts.
Brethren, the church tradition of
breaking bread (the breaking
of the thin cakes) Those Love Feasts, were removed from the church so
long ago, that there not even remembered. They were first
attacked from within, by those certain ungodly men who crept into the
church unawares, who were unholy men, having not the Spirit of God.Then later, at the Council of Laodicea they were formally
removed and prohibited in the church.
(Lets take a look at that.)
Council of Laodicea was a regional synod (an
Ecclesiastical council) of approximately thirty clerics from Asis
Minor that assembled about 363–364 AD in Laodicea.
concerns of the Council involved regulating the conduct of
church members. The Council expressed its decrees in the form of written
rules or canons. Among the sixty canons decreed,
several aimed at:
Maintaining order among Bishops, Clerics
and Laypeople. Outlawing the keeping of the Jewish Sabbath (Saturday)
and encouraging rest on "Lord’s Day" Sunday. And also forbade the
churches for celebrating the Agape or love feast.
Lets read them (word for word as
most of us are familiar with Cannon # 29, we’ll read that first:
must not judaize by resting on the Sabbath, but must work on that day,
rather honouring the Lord's Day; and, if they can, resting then as
Christians. But if any shall be found to be judaizers, let them be
anathema (an ath a ma) from Christ. (Meaning: excommunicated, banned &
cursed.) Most of us are familiar with that #29 Cannon with that ruling.
But how many are aware of Cannon #
28, the Cannon that caused the Agape Feast to end. The very
church tradition that increased the flow of God's Spirit amongst
the brethren, which in tern brought about the working of miracles,
signs & wonders, was removed, and forbiden to be
practiced in the church?
CANON # 28. (Word for
is not permitted to hold love feasts, as they are called,
in the Lord's Houses, or Churches, nor to eat and to spread couches in
the house of God."
Brethren, that was a sad day for the church, the removing of that church
tradition, brought about the weak & sickly condition in the church of
God that is spoken of in 1 Cor 11:30, and has even caused many in God’s
church in these end times to die, due to the lack of Spiritual
Strength, of the many gifts that the Father had previously given,
including the gift of healing.
The Lord Himself says in the book of John:
“Verily, verily, I
say unto you, Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his
blood, ye have no life in you. Whoso eateth my flesh, and
drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up
at the last day. For my flesh is meat indeed, and my blood is
drink indeed. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, dwelleth
in me, and I in him. As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by
the Father: so he that eateth me, eve he shall live by me. This is that
bread which came down from heaven: not as your father did eat manna, and
are dead: he that eateth of this bread shall live forever.”
When we “eat of His
flesh” we are in essence receiving and digesting the WORD, since Jesus was the WORD made flesh according to the Gospel of John
chapter 1, vs. 14. And IN THIS WORD IS LIFE , but in order to receive
this LIFE we must first ACKNOWLEDGE the GIVER OF Life.
CONCERNING THE FREQUENCY OF
PARTAKING OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
The commentaries have little
controversy, due to the meaning of the Greek word used The comment that Jesus and the
apostle Paul made was for the Christian celebration called the Lord's
Supper in Scripture to be celebrated often.
words ‘hosakis ean’ used in 1 Cor 11:25 & 26
“as often as” in the KJ,
and “Whenever” in the NIV Have the same meaning.
When I say, “I will come as
often as I can”, it means, “I will come whenever I can.
”The Greek word used here,
sets no specific time of occurrence, but its meaning does mean frequently or
often, and not yearly.
This can easily be seen with its
use in Rev 11:6 where the same exact word is used.
(Lets go there please Rv 11:6)
Speaking of God’s two witnesses,
we read this:
Rv:11:6: These have power to
shut heaven, that it rain not in the days of their prophecy: and have
power over waters to turn them to blood, and to smite the earth with all
plagues, as often as they will.
It’s up to their discretion
brethren, surely there not going to call these plagues down in one-year intervals.
studying this Greek word, I found this:
The Greek word HOSAKIS
translated "as often as”
was used by many writers, including The Greek author
Homer, the writings of Lysias (5th to 4th century
BC) Plato (4th century BC) and Josephus (1st
century AD) as well as various papyri and inscriptions, with the
uncontested meaning to be: “As often As” denoting
an event of variable yet frequent occurrences.
Brethren, Jude’s exhortation for
us to get back to the faith once delivered to the saints, is vital!
Wesley says this about the
faith that is spoken of by Jude; he
says that this particular word translated faith here by Jude,
(Represents All the
fundamental truths that were once delivered.)
Brethren, were talking
foundation here – The trunk of the tree. This word “faith” has
to do with doctrine, is has to do with the belief in Divine Truths –
Biblical Truth – Sound Doctrines. >Not fables & myths of men that are not even Scriptural.
Jude is exhorting us to earnestly contend – to strive &
fight, to get back to the Truths that were once
delivered to the saints. The Truths that became obscured at first, and
then removed, and replaced with fables and lies by the many false
prophets and false teachers that entered into the church in times past
(and even still remain today, deceiving and being deceived.)
even the Apostle Paul spoke often of the false apostles & deceitful
workers, who transformed themselves into the apostles of Christ.
Brethren, these imposters have done so much
damage, and have gotten the church so far off the track, that it’s no
wonder that Jude used such exhorting words, to try and get us to return
to that precious faith.
“Barnes” “notes on the Bible” states this concerning this Greek
word that Jude chose to use,
It’s one of those words used by the sacred
writers which have allusion to the Grecian games. This word does
not elsewhere occur in the New Testament. It means,
"to contend upon" and would be applicable to the earnest effort put
forth in those games to obtain the prize, by holding fast to Truth, and
maintaining it against all opposition.
Brethren, returning to the faith once delivered to the Saints, Is going
to be quite a difficult feet to accomplish for many in the church
of God. Especially considering that a deceived ministry occupies
the majority of pulpits within the church.
Now these might be bold words that I’m
speaking, but think about it.
How often do you hear the pulpits in the church today state that we need
to get back to the faith once delivered? They don’t brethren. O,
they mention that Scripture from Jude, but they have a deceived twist to
it. They say that we need to hold on to the faith once delivered
to the Saints.
Brethren, how can we hold on to something that we don’t even have in our
We need to get back to the faith once delivered to the saints. We
need to get back to the Scriptural tradition of keeping
those “Agape Love Feasts” and partaking of the Bread & the Cup more
often that just once a year at Passover time. But instead, As often As we can, to show the Lords death till He comes.
Let him that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches. (Especially unto the church that is of Laodicea!)