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Ye Have Made It
Jesus was speaking of the Temple, which He called “my Father’s house.” Intended as a house of prayer for all people, where souls find God, it had been turned into a “den of thieves” and He fixed the responsibility. He said: “Ye have made it.”
Each of us has some responsibility for his Church. We make it, for better or for worse. Its morale, its friendliness, its spirituality, its attendance record is made by us. Protestant church attendance has been falling off. “We have made it!”
Did you have more loses than gains last year? “We have made it!” He (Jesus) as his custom was, went to church. He also cleansed the Temple. He “remade it.” The first and most obvious way of supporting a church is to be a regular attendant. Be there every time the opportunity presents itself. Be supportive of prayer for the leaders of the church and for the congregation.
Your local church needs you. The church needs not only your prayers, your tithes and offerings, but it needs your presence. Being there in person may be just what someone else needs as an encouragement to be more faithful and diligent in their worship attendance and participation.
When the Church you attend is mentioned by people, be satisfied in knowing that “Ye have made it.”
Ask Yourself: Am I being attentive to my Church with my participation, tithes, prayers, attendance? Have “I made it” or just complain about how someone else has?
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