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Abraham, Moses, John the Baptist and Jesus and the early Church appointed by the Christ advocated a Daily ministration that was dependent on Charity and a network of servant ministers working in groups of tens only and it was not like the system of Corban of the Pharisees and Rome.

The word "appoint" appears in the Bible at least a 167 time. Of the Twenty-five times it appears in the New Testament eight times it is seen in the Gospels. The Greek word tithemi[1] appears 96 times but is only translated appoint 6 times which is first seen in Matthew 24:51.

The next two times we see the word appoint is in Matthew 26:19 and Matthew 27:10 and translated from the word suntasso[2] which only appears in Matthew.

The next word we see in Matthew 28:16 is the similar word tasso[3] commonly translated as appoint and ordain appearing only eight time in the Bible.

Luke uses four different words that are all translated appoint. In Luke 3:13, Luke 10:1, Luke 12:46, and Luke 22:29 each verse containing respectively diatasso[4], anadeiknumi[5], tithemi[1] and diatithemai[6].

In Acts 1:23 we see histemi[7]) which appears 158 times but is translated stand 116 times out of 158 times

The list goes on including other words.

Jesus said he would appoint a kingdom, which was a form of government to His apostles and we see him do just that in Luke 22:29. He also ordered them to not be like the other governments of the world who exercised authority over the people to provide benefits.

From the book The Free Church Report


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An Appointment Ex Officio

To Appoint and Ordain the kingdom and the Church

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The Free Church Report presents a unique path for the modern Church according the nature of the first century Church by explaining the duty and purposes of that institution appointed by Christ. While Rome declined under runaway inflation, corrupt government, martial law, and endless threats of war the Christians found an alternative to the men who “called themselves benefactors but exercised authority one over the other”.

The early Christian knew rights and responsibilities were indivisible. They sought the right to be ruled by God by taking back their responsibility, through the service of “called out” ministers who lived in the world, but not of it. Their government benefits came through a divine network instituted in their hearts and minds by faith, hope, and charity under the perfect law of liberty as their Qorban and the unrighteous mammon failed the Roman society. Order
  1. 1.0 1.1 5087 ~τίθημι~ tithemi \@tith’-ay-mee\@ a prolonged form of a primary ~θεω~ theo \@theh’-o\@ (which is used only as alternate in certain tenses); v AV-lay 28, put 18, lay down 12, make 10, appoint 6, kneel down + 1119 + 3588 5, misc 17; 96
    1) to set, put, place
    1a) to place or lay
    1b) to put down, lay down
    1b1) to bend down
    1b2) to lay off or aside, to wear or carry no longer
    1b3) to lay by, lay aside money
    1c) to set on (serve) something to eat or drink
    1d) to set forth, something to be explained by discourse
    2) to make
    2a) to make (or set) for one’s self or for one’s use
    3) to set, fix establish
    3a) to set forth
    3b) to establish, ordain
  2. 4929 συντάσσω suntasso [soon-tas-so] from 4862 and 5021; v; AV-appoint 2; 2 (Matthew 26:19 and Matthew 27:10)
    1) to put in order with or together, to arrange
    2) to (put together), constitute
    2a) to prescribe, appoint
  3. 5021 ~τάσσω~ tasso \@tas’-so\@ a prolonged form of a primary verb (which latter appears only in certain tenses); v AV-appoint 3, ordain 2, set 1, determine 1, addict 1; 8
    1) to put in order, to station
    1a) to place in a certain order, to arrange, to assign a place, to appoint
    1a1) to assign (appoint) a thing to one
    1b) to appoint, ordain, order
    1b1) to appoint on one’s own responsibility or authority
    1b2) to appoint mutually, i.e. agree upon
  4. 1299 ~διατάσσω~ diatasso \@dee-at-as’-so\@ from 1223 and 5021; v AV-command 7, appoint 4, ordain 3, set in order 1, give order 1; 16 1) to arrange, appoint, ordain, prescribe, give order
  5. 322 ἀναδείκνυμι anadeiknumi [an-ad-ike’-noo-mee] from 303 and 1166 to show as in evidence; v; TDNT-2:30,141; [{See TDNT 172 }] AV-appoint 1, show 1; 2
    1) to proclaim any one as elected to office
    2) to announce as appointed a king, general, etc.
    3) to lift up anything on high and exhibit it for all to behold
  6. 1303 ~διατίθεμαι~ diatithemai \@dee-at-ith’-em-ahee\@ middle voice from 1223 and 5087; TDNT-2:104,157; {See TDNT 189} v AV-make 3, testator 2, appoint 2; 7
    1) to arrange, dispose of, one’s own affairs
    1a) of something that belongs to one
    1b) to dispose of by will, make a testament
    2) to make a covenant, enter into a covenant, with one
  7. 2476 ~ἵστημι~ histemi \@his’-tay-mee\@ see 4728 a prolonged form of a primary ~σταω~ stao \@stah’-o\@ (of the same meaning, and used for it in certain tenses); TDNT-7:638,1082; {See TDNT 744} v AV-stand 116, set 11, establish 5, stand still 4, stand by 3, misc 17, vr stand 2; 158
    1) to cause or make to stand, to place, put, set
    1a) to bid to stand by, [set up]
    1a1) in the presence of others, in the midst, before judges, before members of the Sanhedrin;
    1a2) to place
    1b) to make firm, fix establish
    1b1) to cause a person or a thing to keep his or its place
    1b2) to stand, be kept intact (of family, a kingdom), to escape in safety
    1b3) to establish a thing, cause it to stand
    1b31) to uphold or sustain the authority or force of anything
    1c) to set or place in a balance
    1c1) to weigh: money to one (because in very early times before the introduction of coinage, the metals used to be weighed)
    2) to stand
    2a) to stand by or near
    2a1) to stop, stand still, to stand immovable, stand firm
    2a1a) of the foundation of a building
    2b) to stand
    2b1) continue safe and sound, stand unharmed, to stand ready or prepared
    2b2) to be of a steadfast mind
    2b3) of quality, one who does not hesitate, does not waiver