In the Beginning, Real Christians Didn’t “Go To Church” to “Have Church.” Real Christians ARE the Church.

Real Christianity

         The following post is in answer to an excellent comment from one of my long time faithful readers found in the comment section here. I have always appreciated her support and insight. We have never met but have established a good rapport over the last several years. From my perspective, we are a good example of how two Christians might not believe everything the same but want to stay in fellowship anyway. This is what all believers should strive for.

         Thank you. Your comment brought many thoughts and memories to me as well. In my extensive church career I have been a member of the very big and very small. I have spent time in mega churches. I have spent time in many small house groups, some which were official “churches” and some not. I presided over my own group…

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8 thoughts on “In the Beginning, Real Christians Didn’t “Go To Church” to “Have Church.” Real Christians ARE the Church.

  1. Not really sure what to make of this as I think its probably only applicable to the USA. Sure, we have medieval cathedrals but I don’t think anyone has built a big church here since the 1950s and then only to replace ones destroyed by war. We have the churches spread throughout the land as you mentioned but attendance levels mean that they are forced to close or else share their preacher with three other churches 😦

    • This writing comes to us by RJ, and I believe He is saying the true church resides with the smaller groups of people of faith as in the book of Acts that had all things common, unlike todays mega churches and gatherings that take peoples eyes off of Christ as they focus on the activities of the church buildings and not the message Christ gave of the unity of the church….. Where two or three are gathered there is He in the midst of them. Be Blessed.
      Julia

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