|Photo courtesy Erik Thorson copyright 2012|
Church attendance is a rare treat for us now. This morning I sat alone in the wee hours of the morning at the keyboard, plugged in the headset so I wouldn't disturb the sleeping household, and played some of my favorite songs on the keyboard to an audience of One.
Today I thank God for the body of believers, the Church. I praise Him for giving us the freedom to attend services at the building of our choosing. I am grateful for the many, many wonderful hours of fellowship I have had with people across many denominations. Dear friends, I love you all. I'm thinking of you this morning.
May we never take for granted the wonderful gift we have been given to worship in freedom. May we never lose it.
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