What is church? Not what is the Church? But what is church? What is it that we do on Sunday mornings? When believers come together on Sunday mornings to sing, pray, fellowship, read God’s Word, listen to a sermon preached, and take the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper, what is all that? What are we doing? I ask these questions because it seems there is confusion within our current generation. Consequently, there is a dumbing down of church. There is a low view of church. There is an undervaluing and under-appreciation of what is happening on Sunday morning during the corporate gathering of the saints. So what is church? Is the Sunday morning service nothing more than a snazzier Bible study? Is it simply an extension of the Sunday school class? Or, is it something more?
Back in June of 2015 when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was a constitutional right, I made the comment on my Facebook page that this was the beginning of the end of Western Civilization as we know it. By “Western Civilization” I mean the shared Greco-Roman ideals of a Democratic-Republic form of government and Judeo-Christian values which have been the two foundational pillars of the western world since the days of Constantine (4th century AD).
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