Del Williams


Attending Church Online

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Today was a lazy day, but I wanted to attend Church, so I got dressed, and went to my computer. Yes, to my computer. is great for involvement and messages. The funny thing is that although I attend Church in the community, I felt almost there. It was live, video, and interactive. Probably more so than the Church I attend.

Most of you know that I have been on the hunt for a new Church home, and the odd thing is that it is taking a very LONG time, because I am not just looking at personalities, popularity, or things like that. I am looking for anointing, changed lives, and stuff like that. I have been at the big where they are totally focused on the under 25 croud, the arts crowd, and the numbers game. I have been to the small, where they were dealing with frequent bad happenings. It was draining. So, where is the balance?

I am having to search inwardly and heavenly for what it is that I am looking for. I guess I am tired of talent shows, fake people, long messages with nothing changing, and personality contests.

Where are the anointed and appointed? where are the people called to plant intoo people instead of growing organizations to such large numbers that it is like going to a small city each week? Where are the miracles, manifestations, and things like that? I want to see the God that people TELL me that exist, but offer no proof in their churches.

Is that harsh? I don't think so. I think we must have a move of God today or many will find their faith elsewhere. Let's face it, if the Church is no different than the world, then why be there every week? Why give money to something that shows no fruit? Maybe that it my issue. If people are not being changed then why should I give my money to someone who keeps trying to convince us that change is happening?

If going to church online provided the same thing that I get at church then I can save my gas and at least be with people who make no pretense of wanting to get to know me.

Indifference, to me, is the epitome of evil. Elie Wiesel
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