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How would you conduct a Church service at home for your family?
If you could not find a local Church that either met your spiritual needs, or local churches seemed not to be very loving.
When your at home you do not need to go through the motions like that of the big social club corporate church. This is the opportunity to allow the Holy Spirit to reveal to you what is relevant, not some premeditated regurgitated fluff.
The times we live in require real practical ways in discerning the truth from the counterfeit.. There are too many whitewashed tombs and glossy eyed zombies out there that only know what has been spoon fed to them. It's time for the real leaders to encourage those to know how to sustain themselves with solid food. The pabulum that is being spewed from the pulpit is about giving what the masses want to hear, not what they need.
Once you take a step back from the traditions of men, the realization can be quite sobering. Do you continue to feed the corporate beast and its slaves, or allow God to feed you solid food that is needed as part of your journey with Him right now?
The real church (people) functions on the necessity of knowledge and understanding of being guided by the Holy Spirit. The "four-walled" church necessity is monetary to keep the share holders happy.
So, to answer your question, there is the cookie cutter route of "pillow fights" and "white picket" fences, or the one that will require you to count the cost, soldier on, and fight for real truth.
You can either stay on the playground, or step onto the battlefield. What you equip your family and yourself with will determine what your spiritual needs are. I prefer wielding the sword than spinning cotton candy.
Live true and love and all question will be answered. But here is the cool and funny part. You will know when it is time for you to go independent and just love Jesus with friends.
You get kind of smacked in the face. It is pretty much a cool ordeal. But do not resist.
Let us know by name how it goes for you will find our prayers for you uplifting and glorifying His name.
I would think the home service would be to address a need. Would this be in addition to church services or in place of church services.
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Plz do update me with the latest gist when i'm back.And please go to church to at least say:"Thank you" to God in heaven for giving u life and wisdom to write here.
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