Any Sunday

On Sundays churches are full of people. It is amazing to see them. They attend both Orthodox and Charismatic. They attend churches of true men of God and magicians. I am more interested in couple of things.

Does going to church every Sunday make you a good or better Christian? Does going to church every Sunday mean your prayers are qualitative or quantitative? How many times have we as people not sought to project ourselves as pious whereas we perpetrate some of the most heinous crimes against humanity? Yes, we project ourselves as righteous yet are the very ones to offer a bribe before a job is done. How about this? On Monday morning we will receive bribes after “receiving” in church. How sad!

I believe the every Sunday church attendance has become something of a formality. I believe we go in to show off our new hairdo: our new shoes bought from eBay; our new sunglasses (we wear them throughout church service); our new clothes; even our new cologne/perfume. Why?  

Another time I will visit the issue of picking particular areas to dwell on during preaching but then what is good for the goose is good for the gander!

Remember church is not to socialize but to join in unity and purity to offer prayers unto the Supreme Being, The Creator.

I am only a messenger.

I have come to deliver.



Published by: #SILENTNOISES

I am a social advocate with a biased focus on empowering Fathers to be role models for not only their children but all children. I also love to write reflecting articles and poems on social issues. I am married with a wonderful and loving wife with whom I have three lovely children.

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  1. Hmmmm, there’s none righteous says the bible. We’re all clays in the hands of the porter. At the right time and gradually people will hear the words and it is said faith cometh by hearing. So continous coming to church will help to become doers and not only hearers.
    This generation needs more prayers than ever before.


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