Where's our Saviors church He talks about?
Where is the church that our Savior taught us where he would dwell?
The church that our Savior (Emmanuel) teaches about in the Bible isn’t made of wood or mortar; it’s made of flesh and blood……your Heart! Luke 17:21, Jesus said, “the kingdom of God is within you.”
Corruption reigns within the structure churches either by false doctrine or deception. Unfortunately in these churches the majority rules (or a very strong minority) which if enough people say this is the way it is, then that’s what the attendees follow because they have put their blind trust in their leaders.
The church within your body, the most vital organ that sustains your physical life is the life source of your spiritual self as well. This is where God dwells and we need to listen to Him more often with our hearts and not be led blindly by corrupted doctrine. Take a look at the doctrines of your choice of worship and ask yourself are these really within the teachings of our Savior? Do they follow the two commandments that our Savior gave to His disciples and future disciples, “Love the Lord with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your mind and love your neighbor as I have loved you,” if your choice of church calls for judgmental behaviors against others or non-inclusion of certain people within the walls of your chosen church, then the answer is obvious.
Our Lord taught love for all people, he says this plainly, “I came not to judge this world but to save it”, John 12:47. So if our savior doesn’t judge us, what person on earth can stand up and judge us, are they greater than the Savior? Love and tolerance is our savior’s main points for our lives, are you willing to practice his ways or the worlds ways?
God is knocking at the door of your heart are you willing to open it fully to Him and let him into your life? Let God’s spirit fill His church within your heart, for that is where He dwells, and where God dwells there is everlasting life.
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