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|Posted on March 9, 2016 at 11:45 AM|
I fear we have become very casual with our approach to church. I had noticed the majority of people don't carry Bibles to church anymore. Now I know they may have a Bible app on their phone and that's okay the word of God still is the word of God whether it's digital or hard copy. But the question I have is this where or when did we make that radical turn into our nonchalant casual approach to church? I myself have not worn a tie in years in some circles I realize that is not accepted. But more importantly is our approach and our attitude to church. In Third World countries you walk into church and the altar is filled with people hours before the service even starts crying out to the Lord and asking his blessings and his miracles to come for that service. On the other hand we walk in church and the chatter is so loud, there is canned music playing in the background, the worship group is trying to get together. Have we lost the sense of holiness and awesomeness here in the United States? Is the world coming to us or are we drawing closer to the standards of the world? I remember growing up walking into church you could sense Majesty and glandular. Now in so many churches you're bombarded by an array of lights that put on a pretty good light show and a sound system par excellence. In most cases a pulpit does not exist any more. The question I have is where have we gone and where are we going?
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