Does Church AttendancGet You To Heaven?The importance of the church, and does it get you to heaven?

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The church is not necessarily a building as many might think; instead, it is the body of “Christians” who meet regularly to worship and minister to others. Church attendance is vital for many reasons. One is to hear the word of God shared by the pastor, fellowship with other believers, a sense of community and family, and the fact that God knows Satan will attack us and that others can be a source of strength and support in need of help. Church attendance does not get you into heaven as some might think.  Although fellowship, live preaching, and worship cannot be accomplished alone! The bottom line is that people will always need one another, but the church is not an automatic get-out-of-jail card; it is what Jesus did on the cross that has set us free, who believe in their faith. If you think that church attendance makes you a Christian, that would be like saying that being in a garage makes you a car. ~ Bill Greguska

Hebrews 10:24-25  And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.




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Church Attendance Is Very Important!

Can Church Attendance Get anyone Into Heaven?

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Why can’t I Stay Home And Pray? Always I was not particularly eager to go to church like many of us when I was growing up.  I knew that it was good for me to hear God’s word. To answer the question, I would have to say no, because the thief on the cross did not attend church, but Jesus said he would be with Him in paradise. God calls us to gather in fellowship with one another, encourage, strengthen, walk in faith together, and build each other up.

Yes, as a youngster, my attention wandered. When I was a kid, I used to ask myself why I even attended church; it was not until I got a little older that I understood why! I learned that attending church was meant to honor God on Sundays, which should work and reflect the rest of the week, don’t you?  But thank God now, as an adult, I enjoy attending church, hearing God’s Word, and fellowshipping with other believers regularly. ~ Bill Greguska





Why Is Church Attendance Necessary?

Chruch attendance does not necessarily equal salvation.

Do not be fooled, thinking that just because you attend church does not mean you are a Christian!

Church attendance is necessary for fellowship with other believers, supporting one another, and loving one another while also reaching out to others who might not know the Lord yet. Learning about God is another excellent reason for church attendance. Whatever you do, do not take church for granted. We are blessed to attend church and honor and worship God, who from all good things come. ~ Bill Greguska








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Church attendance is essential. But remember that going to church does not make you a Christian any more than going to a garage makes you a car. Church attendance does not guarantee that you are saved and will go to heaven. It is good to be exposed to God’s word in church, but do not let that fool you into believing that is all you need. A relationship with Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior is critical. Make sure that you are Born Again and that you are Right with God! Do not be deceived. There are lots of people who attend church who are not Born Again or Right with God.



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