WHEN SOMEONE HAS just become a Christian and started out in the Christian life, what advice would you give that person about Bible classes…?
Would you say, “Now the church has Bible classes every Sunday and Wednesday, but they aren’t really important. That the church assembles on Sunday night but you do not have to go if you do not want to”? Or would you say to a son or daughter, “I know that you would like to go today, but I want to read the paper, or I want to sleep late this morning, and I don’t think those Bible classes are to important anyway”?
What advice would you give…?
THOUGHT: When we willfully neglect the services (as some are doing) we are telling our children and those around us that the church is not important to us. Our children may even feel the church is not important enough to become members of it. Then what could we say for ourselves? Could we say, “Lord, I did my best to teach them the true value of the church–I did this by going and taking them to every service?” via Main Street Monitor, Manchester, TN
“Jesus said to him, ‘You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.” Matthew 22:37