Beat our chests with perfect Church attendance or walk

Mid Life Celebration book dedication
Matters little to walk to do our preaching if not our walking is the preaching

 

Beat our chests with perfect Church attendance or walk humbly with every step?

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.

4 comments

  1. But what if you go to church to humbly receive the Word and Gift that saves rather than bragging rights? I know my girls don’t agree, but receiving the Eucharist and celebrating in a community, even as out of town sleep deprived visitors, re supplies inner strength, reminds me of His love so I strive to love others. No bragging. Just grateful thanks for a God that forgives.

  2. Patty, perfect Church attendance is noble,when it is done for the reason(s) you describe.

    In a busy, distracted world we may see the target with the wrong intent. Or believe showing up is enough.

    If we really want to keep score, let us count every step.

    Everyday.

    Impossible?

    Maybe.

    Maybe not. 🙂

  3. To go just to say you went…. Not so good. Talk about missed opportunities that were laid in the palm of your hand. Wasted time. Wasted effort. Very sad

  4. Patty, people don’t intentionally set out to do this. This is linked to complacency, habit, social norms, busy schedules, skewed priorities, co-dependence, and a host of other things.

    It is the same way we neglect our health.

    The same way we let our passion for life slowly die.

    The notion that we poison our souls slowly we never notice….

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