By lovic5 • 3rd Feb 2019 • 275 views • 55 comments

Why are people fond of asking Christians this question every Sunday, especially Christians asking fellow Christians who didn't go to church. I know it's important to attend church services (not just Sundays alone), but don't we think there's more to Christianity than just going to church on Sundays (and other days)? 

Some Christians hardly ask others about their personal relationship with Jesus, but are quick to remind them of their absence in church each Sunday. These things ought not to be so. People may have their reasons for not going to church. When next you are asking a brother or sister why he or she didn't go to church, please do well to take a step further to discuss his or her personal relationship with Jesus, in so doing, you can share your faith with such person ( especially if the person is not born again) and win a soul. Remember, the Bible says in Proverbs 11:30, "...he that wins a soul is wise"

A soul that has been won for Christ is worth more than thousands who regularly go to church but are not born again. Note that Jesus said in John 3:3, ".. except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God". Going to church is good at being born again and led by the Holy Spirit is better.

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