Monday, December 12, 2005

The Church on Christmas Day

I've taken some time to mull this topic of whether or not the 'church' should have worship services on Christmas Day. Here's my response:

We should ALL be ashamed of ourselves for our finger-pointing behavior declaring who is right and who is wrong. If a church decides to be open that day, then good for them. If not, no problem. If your church is only offering Christmas Eve services, then by all means go. If they're offering services on both days, then make a choice or attend both days.

But by all means, STOP the finger pointing!

The world is observing your behavior and you're acting like 2-year olds.


misawa said...

For the most part, I'm with you on this. It's one of those things that sounds wrong that the media love to play up - "no church on Christmas!" But, when you think about what goes on at churches on Sunday behind the scenes, especially the amount of work done by volunteers, I don't have a problem with this. Furthermore, the house of God doesn't need to be open for anybody to correctly worship and honor Him and His Son.

Mark said...

Rock on, bro!

To each their each their own.