Where Do You Go to Church?

with Al Lindner

“Where do you go to church?”

In a major recent survey, about 25-percent of the people consider themselves non-affiliated with any church or any organization.

The term they gave them as nuns.

For me, when I go in on a Sunday service, the Spirit of God talks to my pastor, to me, so much.

He has said things that have had more impact on my daily life than I’ve gotten from anybody else anywhere.

There have been times when my wife Mary and I need needed advice and direction, and his wisdom has had a big impact on my life.

When he shares the truth of the word and goes to some Bible and backs it up with ba Bible truth it’s easy for me to sit we receive

I’m a churchgoer and if I miss a Sunday, it has an impact on me.

The world we live in is changing for many different reasons, but one thing never changes it’s the Word of God in the Bible.

The Bible held true many years ago and it continues today.

And as long as this earth is here the truth and power of the Word is in there.

In a lot of cases, the best place to hear it is in a church that you’re comfortable in. It’s worth the effort to find a place where you know that you are hearing from God. That you feel you are supposed to be there —it’s a great feeling when it happens.

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