Sunday, September 5, 2010
It's Sunday How bout a scripture and a song?
Sunday morning! Getting ready for church. Can't wait too get there! Praise and Worship, Pastor preaching! Choir singing, People dancing, praying, crying, shouting, running all in praise to God. Yeah this is how we got down! *smile*
When Sunday comes!
Hebrew 10:25 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.
I miss church a lot! It went from being what I described above to a catty, cliquish, burdensome headache!
My pastor had passed away previously so finding a new church was a tedious task. When I found one, I was sorta of happy for awhile. But how do you go to a church for almost 5 years and still not be apart??
The cliques were strong and to be "saints" those people were evil! I learned long ago. To not hold "Christians" in too high regard. They are just people. Humans with no special powers. They are supposed to read and abide by the rules of the bible, Love thy neighbor etc . But many don't and it is reflected in their actions.
I was told by many of the older saints at the church to just come to church, then go home with no interaction with the parishioners. I am not that type. I wanted to be active, and participate and be involved.. This did not happen the way I thought/felt so I left that church. I've only been back one time for an Easter Sunday service. I took theCaptain's mom with me. Sadly, she even felt the distantness.
I am currently in a quest for a new church. Somehow my motivation is not the same to find one. It has become easy to keep my Sunday's for myself. Church hurts are real ya'll! Pray for me.
When I was younger I had to the opportunity see Darryl Coley live in concert! It was one of the most touching emotional services of my life! Talk about an anointed voice! Some people don't know about THE VOICE.
Please pause the music player below and click the link and enjoy Donald Lawrence and the Tri City Singers featuring Darryl Coley When Sunday comes! FYI The singing begins at 1:17.