Which Church?

which churchWe are living in a time when there seems to be an abundance of churches everywhere. Some are large and some are small. Some are fancy and some are plain. Some are in the city and some are in the country. One church says one thing, while another says something entirely different. Because of this, many people have become confused and are now asking, “How do I know which church is the right church?” Allow me to share with you some practical suggestions on how to determine which church is the right church. To do this, we need an understanding of what a church is.

To many, the church is a building. Actually, the church is not a building, but rather it is an assembly of people. The building is where the church meets. In the Bible the word church is “ekklesia” and it means an assembly – more specifically a called out assembly. It is used in the New Testament as a called out assembly of Christian believers. The word “ekklesia” has been translated “church” in our Bible. Christian believers are those who have repented of their sin, and by faith alone in the shed blood of Jesus Christ, have received Him into their hearts as Personal Saviour.

Many religious organizations call themselves a church, but they are not. Even though they may be an assembly of people, they are not the true church because they do not believe the Bible. A true church will believe and preach the following: . . .


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