• I think a minister can be anyone and a reverend has to be appointed but I'm not 100%
  • I dunno. One can be Pope someday?! ;-)
  • Reverend is the title. Minister is the job. Reverend Kabluey is our minister.
  • the main difference between a priest and a minister is: Priests offer sacrifice to God for the people. Ministers serve only as preachers, and as leaders of various faith congregations.
  • Minister is the job, Reverend is the title.
  • Basically the minister is higher on the totem pole than a reverand. That may not be so in England. "Note, though, that a
  • A "Minister"is someone who serves,,,as a servant...With J.W's, all " elders" are not spoken to as " Elder Smith [ e.g. ] and are not given any special title...However, they do have responsibility for guidance of the congregation. They are no more ' reverent' than any other member of the congregation. And have more 'duties'. Of course, respect comes with those duties.
  • John 12:26 says, If anyone would minister to me, let him follow me, and where I am, there my minister will be also.d If anyone would minister to me, the Father will honor him. The definition of minister is: minister to: Or “serve.” The Greek noun di·aʹko·nos, rendered minister (or, “servant”) in this same verse, is related to the Greek verb di·a·ko·neʹo used here. The Bible often uses the Greek word di·aʹko·nos to refer to one who does not let up in humbly rendering service in behalf of others. In the King James Version, the term “reverend” appears only once, at Psalm 111:9, which says: “Holy and reverend is his name.” Whose name? The next verse says: “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom.” (Psalm 111:10) In one Catholic version, these two passages read: “Holy and awesome his name. The root of wisdom is the fear of Yahweh [Jehovah].” (The New Jerusalem Bible) Hence, according to God’s Word, godly fear, or reverence, belongs exclusively to Jehovah, the Almighty. Is it correct then to give it to humans? For more information on this subject please visit jworg...
  • A minister is someone who directs you to what the Bible asks...Matthew 28: 19, fulfill Matthew 24:14... A " Reverend" is a man given ' title' issued by false religion...who asks that tradition be followed... (Matthew 15:3) In reply he said to them: “Why do you overstep the commandment of God because of your tradition? (Matthew 15:6) he need not honor his father at all.’ So you have made the word of God invalid because of your tradition. Example...R/C's in South America lashing their own backs with whips...and annual parading of carved statues of [ mostly] Mary [ in defiance of...] (Exodus 20:4) “You must not make for yourself a carved image or a form like anything that is in the heavens above or on the earth below or in the waters under the earth. LIKE ANYTHING....which HAS to include Mary and Jesus... NWT
  • the difference is the amount of lies they brainwash their groups with
  • I think... "Minister" is a title of a POSITION "Reverand" is a title of RESPECT (not of POSITION) . . . . SO . . . . - there are people who hold the office of "minister" who are not referred to as "reverend" . . . . - there are people formally referred to as "reverend" who are never referred to as "minister" . . . . - and there are people who are referred to as "minister" and "reverend"

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