I have gone to church as far back as I can remember. I was born again 42 yrs ago. So I have been around and seen a lot of things in the church.
What is wrong with our churches today? They are so dead and dry. I know all of them aren't, but the majority of the ones I have attended in the past 15 yrs are. It is so hurtful to see this.
How did our churches get this way? I've heard several people say what they think it is. I have to agree. This contempory church idea came into the church and the people liked it. It took pressure off them to pray and seek God and have the real thing in the church. You can't have a move of God without someone praying, fasting, and seeking God. This dead, dry religion has taken the place of all that.
This has got to end. Someone has got to get this out of the church and put the Holy Ghost back in charge. I pray God will wake up his Pastors to this problem and get them back on their knees again and straighten up the church.
Haven't you read in the Bible where the Spirit of God was so manifested that the Priests' could not stand to minister? What would happen if that would happen today? I long to see the Spirit like that in our churches. It would amaze you what all would take place if this ever happens.
I pray God will give each of you a burden for our churches and you will begin to pray for them.
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