The Sad State of American’s Church

I am sad that the physical church does not know how to trust God and not people. Maybe this is part of what Jesus was talking about when He said few would find the right path: Just a thought and not being judgmental.

Sad is the fact that people would rather believe the worst about someone than actually look at the truth about them self. Is this not the “American” way?

For example, there are not five official acts of worship to be completed out of habit each Sunday. There is only one act of worship to be completed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Furthermore, when Jesus said that people would know you are His by your love, He was never limiting love to just those that believes the way you believe. After all, did Jesus not love the Clint Eastwood in all of us: the Good, Bad, and Ugly?

Each person within the church that thinks they know the whole truth and therefore does not need to listen is ignorant of the truth.

The church needs to start worshiping God through Jesus and stop worshipping their own self-made knowledge. They need to stop worshipping the roadmap idle known as the Bible. Roadmaps do not get you to the desired destination: Taking actions from following the directions of the map gets you to the destination.

I will continue to seek truth. I will continue to worship the God who through love saved me from a tumor in my gut. I will continue to worship the God who saved me from a living chemical hell on earth. I will continue to trust in God’s grace to lead me where I should go and towards His true church.

Hugs always,



One thought on “The Sad State of American’s Church

  1. Most churches are now cults. You should come down here and see the churches. They are like zombies. Full of platitudes and no feelings, no heart. Very judgmental. Church is the last place I would go. Church of Christ is probably the worst for that, too. Get me the hell out of the Bible Belt. I’ve been to hell. It’s the Deep South.

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