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Today's Creation Moment

Apr
01
God Shows Us the Earth from Space
Job 26:7
“He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.”
The Earth floats in space, attached to nothing, surrounded by a thin layer of air. What science has only just learned, the Bible has taught for thousands of years! Yes, while other ancients pictured...
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I am wondering dear friend, WHY it is that you go to church, IF you don't need to follow anyone or any certain belief?

I got saved, yes saved from my sin and past, at the age of 30. I got saved beside my bed, on my knees, crying out to my LORD Jesus to save me from my sin. No one had to tell me that I was a sinner, I had known it for years, but it took 3 times for the seed of the Gospel to sink deep within my soul, for me to believe and accept God's forgiveness. I was all by myself, no one else was at home, and it was a wonderful time with the LORD!!!!

I wasn't saved in church, even though the Holy Spirit led me to seek out a church to go to, so that I could hear the preached WORD. That is Scriptural, dear friend. The LORD says that we are to gather with other believers of Jesus as often as possible. It doesn't say in a church, but IF there are other believers gathering to hear the WORD of God truly preached, then we should be there.

I didn't need anyone to tell me that I should be baptized by immersion, as the Holy Spirit spoke to me through reading the WORD of God, the Bible.

I am not a pastor, a teacher, or a Sunday School teacher (at this moment), but I know that we should gather together with those that believe that Jesus saved them by simple faith in Jesus, and want to fellowship with them.

So, I ask again, JUST WHY DO YOU GO TO CHURCH? Do you really want to glorify God when you go?

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