Day 7: The opportunity to worship


Elihu's Corner

This post is part of “30 days of Giving Thanks” To read more within this series, click here.

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One of the things we take for granted is our opportunity to worship in peace. While there have been incidents with lunatics walking into church buildings and opening fire, that is a relatively rare occurrence. We do not have to worship in catacombs as the early Christians did. We needn’t fear being dragged into an arena to be consumed by lions. We are free to worship every week. If you’ve read about Corrie Ten Boom or Dietrich Bonhoeffer, you know that during World War II, they were locked in concentration camps and prisons. It’s hard to go worship with other Christians when you are imprisoned. They still found ways to encourage and worship, but they were still isolated.

Saying we are thankful is one thing; showing we are thankful is quite…

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