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Top Reasons to Go to Church Even If Most No Longer Do

For many people today, taking the time and effort in going to church is no longer as important as it was before and proof of that is the fact that church attendance has fallen significantly. This is something that not only baptist churches can attest but other denominations as well. While there are so many different reasons why people no longer go to church, have you ever wondered why it still is of great value to do the opposite?

Jesus made it a point to go to weekly worship.

You should know that Jesus always made sure He spent most of his time at the place of worship. Amazingly, Jesus started committing Himself to the church as a youngster. This is largely in contrast to most children today who need a ton of convincing for them to go to church with their parents. In other words, the Lord taught all of us how important it is to commit to going to our place of worship, so it is our responsibility to follow that.

Early Christians never hesitated in going to weekly worships.

According to the New Testament, the first Christians agreed to gather every first day of the week, which is Sunday, to make it the day intended for the Lord. People assembled for a great reason, which was to study God’s Word. Considering how early Christians dedicated themselves to church back in the day, it’s painful to see the new generation has no longer the same commitment to go to church even if it really isn’t a burden.

God has told all of us to go to weekly worship.

God’s declaration is another reason why you should go to church and that alone must instill the value of worship in you. There are some things that must be obeyed for the simple reason that they are God’s declaration and worship is one of those things. It is every Christian’s responsibility to go to church because that is the only way to profess our love to Jesus.

Going to church will do some great things for you.

Yes, it’s true that you might find some other things to be more important than going to church, but you also have to realize that there are still six other days to spare. Although it’s quite hard to accept, but there are people out there who does not believe there still is sense in going to church since they couldn’t find a reason to go. But if you just give it one deep thought, you need to dig in and understand why churches exist in the first place. God established every first day of the week for His people to undergo spiritual edification and encouragement. In other words, you must find yourself heading out to church not because you are doing God a favor; you’re doing it as a favor to yourself.

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