One hundred religious persons knit into a unity by careful organizations do not constitute a church any more than eleven dead men make a football team. ~ A. W. Tozer
I don’t watch much TV. I work nights so I program the DVR and hit the play button when I start to fade around 4 in the morning.
Last week I started recording Cheers. It must be on a lot since I already have 35 episodes in the queue. I’ve watched a couple, sort of. Actually, I’ve watched the opening sequence and listened to the theme song. I really love the theme song. After that, I lose interest.
I couldn’t explain what compelled me to record Cheers in the first place. I don’t care for beer and I haven’t followed a sitcom since Mary Tyler Moore.
Tonight I figured it out. I was looking for a church.
An interesting thing about blogging is that you get glimpses of the insides of people. You see aspects they choose to share in posts and comments that you might miss out on at the dinner table.
While I’m traveling, I’m uncertain of my schedule, but likely won’t write often. I’m mixing in one or two of my first posts with new ones. This was the 3rd or 4th post I’d written and although it was only a couple of months ago, I’ve reached different conclusions. I wasn’t just looking for a church, I was looking for you. Thank you for the fellowship we share here and for the encouragement you are in my life.