Going to Church
An Israeli precept insists:
But when the people of the land shall come before the LORD in the solemn feasts [go to church], they that enter [the church] by the way of the north gate to worship [The Lord their God] shall go out by the way of the south gate; and they that enter [The church] by the way of the south gate shall go forth by the way of the north gate: they shall not return by the same gate they entered the Temple or Church, but shall leave via an opposite gate. (Ezekiel 46:9 KJV – heavily paraphrased)
What is the point?
What is the symbolism?
What will be the next question Spidey fans.
When we visit our churches we are suppose to leave by a different door than the one we came in through, why?
What does it all mean? (picture Einstein with his hair sticking straight out and him pulling his hair on both sides of his head)
Something like this. I know he wants to pull his hair, who wouldn’t?
Chat with you next time (which is all relative) Steve
Spoiler alert: Don’t change that dial Doctor Doom!