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I rejoiced with those who said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.”
King David loved the Lord. He loved everything about his relationship with God. He was a poet, a singer, a writer, and a worshipper. But here, it’s apparent that the king also loved gathering with other worshippers in God’s house. He was a man who enjoyed fellowship with other believers and said, “I was glad when people I love said, ‘It’s Time For Church.’”
Here in Miami, it’s been a long haul getting back into the gathering of the Saints. After almost nine months, our church family is ready to gather back in the house of the Lord at Trinity Church. All of this, of course, has to do with Covid-19. The Lord has kept us and helped us continue to gather and worship online, but it’s just not the same as gathering together with your people. I’m looking forward to it. During this season, I’ve thought about prisoners of war in “POW Camps” throughout history who have been relegated to a life of aloneness. I’ve heard stories told of Christians in prison and beating out Morris-code of praise to Jesus through the wall. You see, there will always be a need for God’s people to come together in worship with one another. That’s why, in just a few days, our church family will once again hear mom and dad say to their children on Sunday mornings, “It’s Time For Church.” This time I think it will feel like Christmas morning.
This am, I’m so blessed to be a part of a great family of believers here in Miami, Florida. We have missed being together. As we approach that day, like David, I know I will say, “I was glad when they said unto me, ‘Let us go into the house of the Lord!’” Amen