Unity in one court of the Called out Ekklesia of Christ against all Churches or other kinds of Ekklesiaes in the entire world.
Written in the Bible there is mentioned more than one kind of Ekklesia.
There is the “Ekklesia” of the wicked.
In the Septuagint record ( LXX) The Greek the word “Ekklesia” is used in Psalm 26:5 to describe the Ekklesia of evil doers
In the nineteenth chapter of Acts is mentioned the Ekklesia of the Goddess Diana who was thought by the pagans to have came down from heaven.
Mat 16:15-18 The apostle “Petros” “The Little Stone” declares Christ is “the son of the living God”. Then we see Christ giving us the warning His Ekklesia or the Ekklesia of Christ is only one separate kind of Ekklesia in a great warfare against the gates that leads to death in Hades or Hell.
The warfare of the Gates that lead to death is in warfare with the Ekklesia of Christ. The Ekklesia of Christ is established for our total togetherness in unity in the kingdom of our God. Christ is teaching in Mat 16:18 “To be In him” (the son of the living God) is to be -in the metaphor of the awesome mountain fortress of “Petra.”
Ancient “Petra” is understood in the first century to be a mighty fortress that is located in the ancient Promised land which today is called “Jordan. “Today the ancient mighty mountain Fortress of “Petra” is a world heritage site.
To be in Christ “The son of the living God” is to be the metaphor of “Petra.” To be in the Christ is to be in the metaphor of the unconquerable mountain Fortress the greatest armies in the ancient world could not conquer. Christ declares to be in the warfare of His Ekklesia the gates that lead to death in hell, he will edify his court of his Ekklesia, so the gates of hell can not possible overcome or divide his Ekklesia.
Only when The Ekklesia of Christ conducts “Court” from within “Petra” or “in Christ” “the unconquerable mountain fortress, only then will the gates of hell be impossible to overcome or divide the Ekklesia of Christ. All Churches can and do divide but through the conduct of the court of Ekklesia in Christ, Christ will edify and when Christ edifies his Ekklesia it is impossible to overcome or divide the Ekklesia of Christ.
How does Christ “Edify’ his court of the Ekklesia. Go to Acts chapter 15 read in The translation of the Ekklesia Bible and see how doctrine (instructions) from God is established through the conduct of the Court of the Ekklesia..
The Apostle Paul also describes this unity of the Ekklesia in Ephesians 4:1-13:
I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that you walk worthy of the vocation [calling] wherewith you are called…Endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace—There is one body —One Spirit—One Lord—One Faith—One Baptism—One God and Father of all, who is above all, and through all, and in you all…And he gave some, apostles, and some prophets; and some evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers for the edifying of the body of Christ till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.