Setting Up Worship Centers at Home

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Setting Up Worship Centers at Home

The idea of setting up a place to worship at home is not new. Many people devote an area of the home for the purpose of creating sacred space. I found that it really was not that hard to do. My decision was to create a small chapel in the attic. My chapel included a worship center featuring religious art. I added chairs facing the altar, Christian Home decor that helped define the purpose of the space. I even added shelves to house my collection of rare out of print LDS books, Catholic stories, books from other Restoration traditions, and even study guides obtain from various Christian schools. If you like the idea of adding a worship center to the home, let me help. I'll explain how I selected elements, what went into setting up the space, and how I use it every day. Getting started is easier than you think.

4 Ways To Seek Knowledge In God

Babies are born knowing nothing about the world. As people grow older, they gain knowledge and wisdom from many sources. However, the best place to seek knowledge is in God. There are many ways that Christians can accomplish this. Here are four things that you do to expand your mind by seeking knowledge in God:

1. Learn about the world.

The Bible says that God created the universe and everything in it. One of the best ways to learn about the Creator is to learn about His creations. You can do this by studying the world that God made. Christians should feel free to pursue any area of study that calls to them. Studying math, science, history, or art can all help a person learn about God through the wonder of His creations. 

2. Read the Bible.

The Bible is one of God's gifts to mankind. In the Bible, truths about humanity, God, and goodness are laid out in a plain text. People can learn about God and His desires for humanity by reading the Bible. The Bible contains commandments, stories, and guidelines designed to help Christians live ethical lives that please God. Attending church is a wonderful way to hear the Word of God preached by a pastor. However, it's worthwhile to also read the Bible in your own time.

3. Seek the still, small voice of God.

Learning about God and the things that He made is a great way to expand your knowledge. However, there's no substitute for a close relationship with God Himself. You can seek the still, small voice of God in prayer. The voice of God is not an audible phenomenon, but rather a feeling in your heart. By going before God and humbling yourself, you can find out more about His love for you and all of mankind.

4. Learn from other Christians.

Other Christians also have a lot to offer when it comes to knowledge. People who are more experienced in the Christian life can share the wisdom they have learned throughout the years. Attending church can allow you to form relationships with other Christians. Some people also join Bible studies to spend more time with fellow Christians outside of a church environment. There is no right or wrong way to connect with your fellow Christians. 

These are just four things that you can do to seek knowledge in God. As you develop your faith practice, you may discover additional ways to learn about God and His creations on your own.