Matthew 18:20 (NRSV) “For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.”
I am wondering why some people think that every time the church door opens that they have to walk through them. I have seen so many people who think that if they go to church then they are good with God. Then to insure that they are indeed in the good graces of the almighty, they force their children to be there every single time too.
Let me enlighten you, going to church does not make you a Christian.
I understand the keep the Sabbath Holy commandment. I respect it and I honor it. Even that doesn’t say you have to be in Church building to keep it holy. I have read the verses that are quoted about meeting together and hearing the scriptures. I agree that it is very important to meet with other Christians, study, praise and pray together. Even so, nowhere does it say that any of those things have to be done in a church. Nor does it have to be in any sort of service format. What’s wrong with meeting at the beach or in a home? The Christians make the church not the building.
Christians, do yourself a favor, if you want to go to church go, but do not force it on others. While you’re at it stop beating yourself up with guilt about not going.
Love God, love each other, worship, fellowship together and invite the Holy Spirit to join you. No guilt allowed.
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