Modern Culture’s Opinion vs. God’s Definition

Our modern culture looks at “church” as perfectly painted steeples and pews in perfect order with a band at the altar.

But truly church is a people and this people is broken beyond the all the remedies this world has to offer.

Our modern culture sees “worship” as a concert and short sermon once a week.

But truly worship is what we do and think each and every day, not just a single hour on Sundays.

Our modern culture calls the Bible irrelevant in the modern era; nothing more than stories and some good advice.

But truly the Bible is God’s word and His word does not change.

Our modern culture likes to focus on the “love, peace and acceptance” part of Christianity.

But truly God’s definition of these words is quite different from the world’s.

Our modern culture labels anyone that goes to church and owns a Bible a Christian.

But truly being a Christian is more than going through the motions and is about developing a relationship with our Heavenly Father.

6 thoughts on “Modern Culture’s Opinion vs. God’s Definition

  1. “But truly being a Christian is more than going through the motions and is about developing a relationship with our Heavenly Father.”

    As Keith Green used to say, “Going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than going to McDonalds makes you a hamburger.”

  2. Meg, again, I very much enjoy your post! Hope you are doing well this summer!!! I have taken a break from blogging for a while, but I still like to read them. TTYL love and blessing Denine
    Ps still praying for your 2 friends!

    • Thanks! I haven’t been blogging much lately either. I’ve started a lot of posts or written down basic ideas…and then abandoned them. haha. Oh well. And thanks so much ❤ I really do appreciate it. I'm gonna keep praying for your brother too. 🙂

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