What is the Bible “Ekklesia of Christ?” Word definition for the Common Greek Bible word "Ekklesia" can not exist without also expressing the purpose of the Ekklesia.  Ekklesia is understood to be the entire called out body of Christ in court or Council of the government of God on earth. The primary purpose of Ekklesia is “called out” to warfare to protect the interpretation of the word of God to divide the holy people of God  in warfare against the gates of hell. Conduct of Ekklesia is to stop division of the body of Christ through warfare of Ekklesia to unite and keep united the entire Body of Christ world wide.


Agape Beloved hear the word of our Lord and Christ; see Ekklesia Bible Matthew {22:35} And one of them, a [Pharisee believing in the unwritten oral law the Halakhah law of the mind] lawyer, asked him a question, trying him: {22:36} Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law? {22:37} And he said unto him, you shall agape love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. {22:38} This is the great and first commandment. {22:39} And a second like [unto it] is this, you shall Agape love your neighbor as [you agape love] yourself. [Amplifying in brackets is mine.]


 “Agape” is the common Greek word for one of five different kinds of human emotions in the English we have only one word “love.” The primary “Agape kind” of love is to create from the seat of human emotion a genuine benevolent care for the welfare for God and for all others even for your enemy.


The purpose of agape love together with Ekklesia is to unite and keep united the holy people of God.  Matthew {16:15} He said unto them, But who say you that I am? {16:16} And Simon Petros [The Small Stone] answered and said, you are the Christ, the Son of the living God.  {16:17} And Yehsus answered and said unto him, Blessed are you, Simon son of-Jonah: for flesh and blood has not revealed it unto you, but my Father who is in heaven. {16:18} And I also say unto you, that you are Petros [the Small Stone] but on [me] this Petra [the unconquerable mountain fortress], I will edify [the court of] my Ekklesia; and [in the life or death warfare] the gates of Hades shall not prevail against her [my Ekklesia].      {16:19} I will give unto you [my Ekklesia] the keys of the kingdom of heaven: and what ever you [my Ekklesia] shall bind on earth is already bound in heaven; and what ever you [my Ekklesia] shall loose on earth shall be what is already loosed in heaven. 


The primary purpose of agape love together with Ekklesia is to unite the Ekklesia of Christ in the entire world.  Matthew {18:15} And if your brother sin against you, go, show him his fault between you and him alone: if he hear you, you have gained your brother. {18:16} But if he hear [you] not, take with you one or two more, that at the mouth of two witnesses or three every word may be established. {18:17} And if he refuse to hear them, tell it unto the Ekklesia: and if he refuse to hear the Ekklesia also, let him be unto you as the Gentile and the tax collector. {18:18} Verily I say unto you, what things so ever you [the Ekklesia] shall bind on earth shall be what is [already] bound in heaven; and what things so ever you [the Ekklesia] shall loose on earth shall be what is [already] loosed in heaven.


If we all obey God then we all truly show we have agape love one for the other and in our agape love  one for the other then we will unite through the conduct of Ekklesia where “churches divide” and churches out of hatred one for the other will never unite. 


We choose the most scholarly of our brethren to establish through Ekklesia what is bound  in heaven to bind only what is bound by God in heaven and to loose on earth only what is what God has loosed in heaven.  Then we will all agree to abide by the decisions of the court of the Ekklesia established by God. God did not establish any churches.  The Ekklesia of Christ is no part of any church.  The Catholic Church has established all “churches” in the entire world that out of their hatred they do not allow deliberation of the Ekklesia to unite them so they split, they splinter and they divide one from the other.  Agape