MORNINGTIME 4060by Benjamin Munsell on July 22, 2022
Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the Day approaching. Hebrews 10:25. Whatever your standard is for getting together for church, let's ask the question, "Why"? What is your reason for getting together, for example in America, on Sunday morning? (Be nice, it's an illustration). Do you go because it's your civic duty to be seen there? It's your family duty because they expect you to? Because it looks good for you to have your boss see you as a church going person? Or is it because you want to Hear from the Lord and Fellowship with others? IN THEORY, you should be able to go to any church that claims to "Preach The Word" and Hear from the Lord, in theory. But in reality, today very few churches actually Preach The Word of the Lord, as most have some slanted variation of what they like to preach in spite of actual Biblical Writing. It comes down to, find a place that Preaches what you like to hear and stay there. And hopefully, you can Fellowship over The Word you've heard, compare it to what the Bible has to say, and either Thank the Preacher for giving God's Word, or Pray for him to better hear from the Lord. A good Preacher is still just a man who, like you, needs to also Hear from the Lord. So, when you find a GOoD one, PRAY FOR HIM, he greatly needs it as he Labour's to study and give a Fresh Word straight from the Lord for you, for today. If you think that's easy, write your own 45-minute sermon, compare it to the Bible, make all needed corrections, and read it to a friend for his opinion. Godly Preaching is the hardest job on the earth. You're trying to take a thought or theology from the Pure Word of God and make it relevant to Life today working to bring Souls to the Lord. AND WANTING TO BE 100% BIBLICALLY ACCURATE IN EVERYTHING YOU SAY. Like I said, it's the Toughest Job in the world. AND IT'S ALL DOABLE, with the Lord showing you what to say to, Be Blessed.