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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by mandym, Feb 21, 2012.
does you church have windows? If so how many and wht kind?
Please tell me you are typing on a phone or other small device! LOL You are missing so many letters!!
I'm guessing you mean does the sanctuary have windows? No, ours does not. Well, 2/3 of us does not. We have three campuses. Our home church does not but the doors do have glass in them and you can see into the lobbies. Where our campus meets, we are in a hotel and there are no windows at all. But the third campus does have windows. It's a church built in the 1860s and it has gorgeous old windows.
Ok. Jesus Fan has possessed Mandym.
...we meet in the basement of a burned out building. One little window leading to an alley way. :wavey:
Yes, it dose have windows. They are glass windose. I closed one once and a door opened!
I am still here!
You had me worried. :wavey:
No we're a Mac church, spellcheck works better.:thumbs:
Interesting. Considering a building program. To window, or not to window....
Are windows biblical? did they have windows in the first century? Is a church a first century church if they have windows? Where in scripture does it say we should have windows in the church?
why would we not all be dressed as John the Baptist, and eat his meals?
So is your church call "The ARK?" :laugh:
If your preacher likes to preach long, then your church should not have windows.
Acts 20:9 And there sat in a window a certain young man named Eutychus, being fallen into a deep sleep: and as Paul was long preaching, he sunk down with sleep, and fell down from the third loft, and was taken up dead.
Church windows and long preaching do not mix.
Now that's funny