When Sunday comes

When Sunday comes,
Those who love God
Are happy;
Those who don’t
Don’t care.
When Sunday comes,
Those who love God
Go to Church;
Those who don’t
Don’t care.

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15 thoughts on “When Sunday comes

      1. We worship with fellow believers every day. I have been saved since 1985 and have walked an extraordinary path with the Lord, sometimes under extreme conditions. The worst experiences of my life, the biggest losses in so many ways all came from Sunday church. Let me assure you that nothing is as precious as a 1:1 with Jesus, which is how I spend the most hours in every day. Read Galatians 4.

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        1. You are right. Thanks for sharing this. In addition, I think when we start at home on a one on one, we have to share that faith; we have to help others also come to Jesus. That is the reason for Sunday worship. it is the one day we encourage those who have not had time to turn to God to give him time. We know it is best to talk alone with him but knowing that some people will not do it, we try the best to help such people. We do not say the method adopted of Sunday worship is faultless, but in our understanding, it is the best way so far, until the Lord himself may inspire us as a community to take a different option. We know journeying together is good in the eyes of the Lord. But we allow any one who really does not agree with journeying together to go their way. We neither criticize not condemn. After all, who knows where the truth lies. We make our interpretations of the word of God as we understand but in the end God alone knows which is the correct one.

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          1. The Bible says we mustn’t forsake fellowship with other believers. Now that is a moot point as church is where I have heard much talk of faith, yet experienced over 32+ years since my rebirth that it is quite absent. If they don’t see immediate results, they say it is fake. Can I take you back to what Jesus said to the woman at the well, as to how to worship? Sunday worship is alien to original Christianity and wasn’t even practised by the first church in Jerusalem.

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            1. I am a sure if the early Christians were here today, they would do many things differently. Jesus Christ the founder of Christianity was born in a manger. Today we Christians do not think of giving birth to our children as the founder of our religion was born.

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              1. Jesus wasn’t born in a manger, translation error.

                If we had the original Christians around us, we would have been doing things differently. We would have seen our error and tried to be like them.

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