Saturday, February 15, 2014
Everybody has an excuse for not attending worship services. If we take those excuses and apply them to something else we do or don't do, they might look like this:
I don't eat anymore because . . .
I was forced to eat as a child. People who eat all the time are hypocrites; they aren't really hungry. There are so many different kinds of food, I can't decide what to eat.
I used to eat, but I got bored. None of my friends will eat with me. I only eat on special occasions, like Christmas and Easter. I'll start eating when I get older.
I'm too busy working. I don't really have the time. I don't believe that eating does any good. It's just a crutch. Restaurants and grocery stores are only after your money.
Laughable? Regular attendance for worship to God is vital for a healthy soul (Heb. 10:25)
Our relationship with God is far more important than regular, balanced meals. Without spiritual food, we will die (I Pet. 2:2) --Unknown
Please take care of your "soul health."