Why Should I Go To Church?
- Edward C. Miller
What the Bible has to say about attending worship services One of the most significant reasons why we should not only go to church on a consistent basis but also continue to be active members of the body is because doing so brings credit to God.Even Jesus, who is known as the Son of God, went to church on a daily basis.He did this in order to bring glory to His Father, and also because He desired to travel to the place where the people of God had gathered.
Worship sessions enlighten and inspire those who attend. You can get encouragement from other people who believe in God as well as from the opportunities to worship and serve. You can also experience the presence of the Holy Spirit, who is described as bringing ″love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, and faith″ (Galatians 5:22).
Why should I attend church regularly?
The church is God’s provision for Christians to use the spiritual abilities that he has given them. Regular church attendance is crucial for a number of reasons, one of the most important being that it is the setting in which Christians may and should exercise the spiritual abilities that they have been given by God.
Why did God establish a church?
One of the most essential reasons why God decided to build a church was so that he might establish his kingdom on earth, and the church fulfills this function (see D&C 65 ). The keys of the priesthood were given to Joseph Smith by the Lord, who also gave them to all of the prophets and apostles who came after him.
Why do we need the Church of Jesus Christ?
The organization is called ″the only real and living church upon the face of the whole globe,″ and the plan is called the plan of salvation.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the organization ( D&C 1:30 ).Here are six compelling arguments that demonstrate why we cannot do without the Church.1.To Acquire Knowledge of, and Take Part in, the Proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Does going to church make you more successful?
Going to church is not about earning a gold medal for your attendance or winning God’s favor for the week because you gathered with His people. Neither of these things should be your motivation for attending. The church is not a location that you travel to; rather, it is a living body of which God desires for you to become a member – for both your own benefit and for the glory of God.