Dear Cozy.

Dear Cozy,

If life gives you lemons, ask for salt and vinegar.

Every Sunday, I would like us to go to church. However, that is not the essence of church. The essence of church is worshipping God and fellowship with other believers.

So the days we have church at home, we are not sinning. I love Bible study and as such, will not want us to miss this.

Again, I would remind you, personal Christian growth is very important. Getting sucked into the machine-like routine of everyday weekly church activities is not my way. I thank God for those who can afford to do that. I believe God loves balance.

That being said, don’t get addicted to any church or particular pastor or minister, that is the beginning of idol worship.

Your walk with God is God first.

Love, Mum.

Just a Little More…

1. Some people are so full of church, they’ve got no space left for God. It’s from one church activity to another, belonging to every unit possible, being the Martha but not the Mary. Churches have to start checking themselves too. Let people seek God on their own too and not be so dependent on church.

2. God is first. Hear Him for yourself. Speak with Him on your own. The veil has been removed. The curtain split. Don’t be cheated on your right to a Father. Some have been led astray because of that.

About the Author

2 thoughts on “Dear Cozy.

  1. I love this line “don’t get addicted to any church or particular pastor or minister, that is the beginning of idol worship.”

    God is working in various ways and through various ministers and ministries, the sooner we realise this, the better for us.

    1. Exactly! Not being able to ‘grow’ just because a preacher or his church isn’t available close by is a strange thing. God isn’t confined to a man or his church. I do hope Christians begin to understand this and align themselves accordingly. Thank you for reading and leaving a comment.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

You may also like these

%d bloggers like this: