The Lord has willed that this congregation has fulfilled its purpose in Bourne, TX and no longer meets. Praise be to Him Who wills all that comes to pass. You may find a church home at the Reformed Presbyterian Church of San Antonio. The website is http://rpcsa.org/
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Reformation Church 317 S. Sidney Baker, PMB 304 Kerrville, TX 78028
The letter to the church at Sardis -- 7 questions for your church leaders.
The letter to the church at Sardis teaches us that it is entirely possible for us to be in a church that has exciting worship, soul-stirring music, lots of Bible studies, all sorts of programs and activities, warm fellowship â€” all the trimmings of the modern evangelical church â€” but the Lord may be saying no, you are part of a Sardian church, a dead church, because it is man-centered, seeker-sensitive, treading lightly or not at all on those truths that might offend people, all a rotten stench in My nostrils.
He says to those ministers and elders: How dare you change my worship and doctrine to tickle the ears of men? How dare you invent "worship styles"? Do you not know what I did to Nadab and Abihu when they dared to do what you are doing?
And to those who attend such churches, He says: How dare you judge a church based on your feelings? â€śJudge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgmentâ€ť (Jn 7:24). Judge according to God's Word, not your feelings.
Exciting music, an entertaining preacher, youth programs and nice people are not the marks of the true church of Jesus Christ.
Since worship is the most important thing we do, and the church at Sardis is the very picture of many modern evangelical churches, here are 7 questions for your church leaders about worship.