The "Association Church" was established by unanimous vote at the Spring, 1997 Creation 7th Day Adventist (CSDA) Feast of Unleavened Bread. The scattered flock of individuals, desiring to be in covenant relation to Christ's visible and unified body of commandment-keeping Adventists, now has a provision for holding membership with like-minded Creation 7th Day Adventists (CSDA). Efforts for world evangelism are to be maintained through this Providential blessing. Adventists seeking to be aligned with those who "keep the commandments of God [YAH] and the faith of Jesus [YAHSHUA]" are encouraged to contact us for more information.
THE CREATION 7th DAY ADVENTIST
ASSOCIATION CHURCH MEMBERSHIP COVENANT
We, the undersigned, although scattered abroad, do hereby seal ourselves together in covenant as the Church of Yah, who is the Creator of Heaven and earth (Psalm 68:4, Exo 20:11). By this action we declare our membership in the body of Christ, maintaining His absolute and sole ownership, supreme authority, supervision, and Providential guidance of this Church. Thusly, being identified as The Association Remnant Church of Creation 7th Day Adventists, and in harmony with Revelation 14:12, we covenant to keep "the commandments of YAH and the faith of YAHSHUA," accepting His character as our heritage and seal: "YAH is Our Righteousness ." (Jer. 23:6; 33:16)
"For where two or three are gathered together in My Name, there am I in the midst of them." (Matthew 18:20)
"Where Christ is, even among the humble few, that is Christ's church, for the presence of the High and Holy One who inhabiteth eternity can alone constitute a church." (Upward Look, page 315)
"Those who keep God's commandments, those who live not by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God, compose the church of the living God." (1 MR, page 296, 1890)
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"I would encourage those who assemble in little companies to worship God. Brethren and sisters, be not disheartened because you are so few in number. The tree that stands alone upon the plain, strikes its roots deeper into the earth, spreads out its branches farther on every side, and grows stronger and more symmetrical while wrestling singly with the tempest or rejoicing in the sunshine. So the Christian, cut off from earthly dependence, may learn to rely wholly upon God, and may gain strength and courage from every conflict.
"May the Lord bless the scattered and lonely ones, and make them efficient workers for Him.... Brethren, do not forget the wants of these small and isolated companies. Christ will be found a guest at their little gatherings." SIGNS OF THE TIMES, JAN. 12, 1882.
May God bless you as you obey His voice. Revelation 12:17; 14:12.
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