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Around And Back Again

According to John MacArthur:

Worship services in many churches today are like a merry-go-round. You drop a token in the collection box; it’s good for a ride. There’s music and lots of motion up and down. The ride is carefully timed and seldom varies in length. Lots of good feelings are generated, and it is the one ride you can be sure will never be the least bit threatening or challenging. But though you spend the whole time feeling as if you’re moving forward, you get off exactly where you got on.

4 Responses

  1. I wonder whose fault that would be attributed to?


  2. My old country Pastor used to say, a central problem in the church today is “Seminaries are turning out wet limp noodle preachers, that preach sermonettes, to christianettes!” Liberal theology is stealing the truly deep things of God nowadays from Gods people. Every thing has to fit into an hour today. Folks are fitting in their worship into their lives, instead of fitting their lives into their worship, and Holy Bible illiteracy is a plague upon our land.


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