There is an old aphorism which says:
“Some people go to Church to see who didn’t.”
There is another that goes something like this:
“Attend your Church,” the pastor cries;
to Church each fair one goes.
The old go there to close their eyes,
The young to eye the clothes.
In terms of understanding what God is doing in the Church — and in the home, and in the city, and in the world — we are in need always of reexamining our role as Church-goers. Are we spectators, or are we participants? Are we watchers, or are we doers? Are we detached, or are we involved? Are we giving lip service to…
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