There is nothing righteous about a building. There is also nothing righteous about a home or a living room. Most people agree that the building where people meet is not the church.
It’s funny though how 9 out of 10 individuals will emphatically nod their head and say “Right, the building is not the church.” But, then ten minutes later if you point to a religious building with a steeple on top or a cross for that matter and say, “What is that?” They’ll say, “It’s a church.”
Today, my Sunday scripture has nothing to do with church buildings but has everything to do with how we relate to God. We all have need to work at improving our relationship with God. How much of our full attention do we give to God?
My Sunday Scripture comes from Luke 10 vs 38
“As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came to a certain village where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home.” Luke 10:38 NLT
As a thinker, problem-solver and academic, I’ve found it difficult to get beyond intellectual assent to the truth of Jesus. Not that there isn’t an irrefutable intellectual basis to what Christianity proposes. However, this doesn’t provide the best ground upon which to build a friendship with God. (Read More)
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