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Time To Stop Playing Church

Every Sunday, churches are filled with those who are simply” playing” games with God. They line up in rows to watch the “show”. If it is good enough, they stay and even come back occasionally. However, if it is not entertaining, they will drift off. Stop with the plastic smiles, the fake clicks, the backbiting, parading around with that Sunday mask and every time the church doors open mask.  Wake up people! You need to stop, we need to stop” playing church” and get serious. Good works cannot even get you into heaven!! Many in churches today are just playing church, pitting churches against other churches, have ministers hating on others, etc… Churches are becoming a playground. We have gotten so skilled in pretending, that we are not allowing the church to be a church. Truth be told we are playing church. Just because I didn’t mention your habit, that doesn’t mean you are exempt. The reason I say this is we are all human with flaws. Just look in the mirror. Jesus came for the sick…the broken…and the wounded. Who are we coming to church for?

Mark 2:17 ” When Jesus heard it, he saith unto them, They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.

We have to do better. God is not please with ignoring the broken. We talk about the worldly people, but how we better if we don’t act? How can we expect them to come to Christ when they see we are faking it. If each one of us truly examine self for a minute instead of looking at someone else making judgment, we would understand.

I’m truly done…no more limits.. no more boundaries…no more plastic smiles.. no more playing church…I’m done. Jesus did not die so His people could play church and be comfortable doing it. How long will we ”play church” while there are lost souls to win.

There is no limit to God’s power displayed through His people if we could just stop playing church and start being the church!!!

About Kim White-Donaby

My name is Kim White-Donaby a southern girl living in Nashville, Tennessee. I consider myself a lady after God's heart who wears many hats. When not working, I co-host a ladies Bible class every second Saturday, volunteer with the homeless shelter when needed, local women's shelter, as well as giving an encouraging word to uplift. When not busy with that, I serve in several different organizations. My other time is devoted to my family.

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  1. Great message. We do need to be serious about who we are and what message we are sending by our manner of life in and out of the church.

  2. I think you outdid yourself in this beautiful, touching indicting dialogue. So true and to the point. Congrats
    to you. Great job.

  3. Excellent! We are to reflect the love of Jesus and “stand in the gap”.

    Ezekiel 22:30, the prophet says on behalf of God, “I looked for anyone to repair the wall and stand in the gap for me on behalf of the land, so I wouldn’t have to destroy it. But I couldn’t find anyone.”

    Thank you for being you! Blessings to you!

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