In visiting I meet so many people who say they are Christians and do not attend church. I think Christians need to ask the question should I go to Church. The Bible speaks a good bit about worshipping God. Early on in the biblical history of man we find him worshipping God. Cain and Abel offered sacrifices to God, (Genesis 4:3, 4:4). Noah after landing on dry land built an altar and offered sacrifices to God, (Genesis 8:20&21). It has always been the desire of God to have a place He could meet with His people. God told Moses to build Him a special structure (a tabernacle) and He gave him the exact dimensions and specifications, (Exodus 25:8&9 and chapters 35-40). When it was finally finished God went inside and dwelled there, (Exodus 40:34). Years later King Solomon built a permanent structure, a beautiful temple in Jerusalem. It was a place set aside for God and where the people could go and worship Him. In New Testament times the apostle Paul and others established local churches where Christians could worship. God’s house is a holy place and it is a place of prayer and worship. God wants Christians to go to church and be involved there, (Matthew 18:20). Christians who do not go to church are being disobedient to God because He says not to forsake the assembling together, (Hebrews 10:24&25) See you in Church next Sunday.