Why It's Never OK To Put a Performance
Mentality on the Congregation
For the last several years, I've seen numerous articles where various authors are attacking the church off of the assumption that just because people aren't singing (I don't know what church these folks go to cause mine sing their lungs out) that the church's leadership is at fault.
"Maybe it's those new fangled lights. Oh I know, it's gotta be that wiiiillld music those kids nowadays love that's pollutin' ev'ry thang around here."
Some dude will go to one church, see an issue (in their own mind), and then make a blanket statement that the entire church has some serious problem.
You do realize that there are literally millions of Christians in the world right now...
See that picture above? I'm willing to bet that a few of those folks singing are just going through the motions. See that dude on the cell phone to the bottom right? He may have an incredible loving and obedient relationship with Jesus. You don't know. I don't either. All we can see is the outside of man, but God looks at the heart.
A CONGREGATION SINGING ISN'T ANY INDICATION OF
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