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Are there any (non-denominational) churches where a song is sung about the fact that they are not?
There are churches that are (or claim to be) worship services that do not include a hymn or sermon. At these services, it's common (to hear) that the people in attendance form a group and sing a song in which they (and others like them) thank God for the fact that they are not worshiping Him.
Does anyone know of any such churches?
The context of these songs varies. Some state that they are thankful that they can do whatever they want, while others are more apologetic.
Speaking as one who has been to many such "church," here is the (paraphrased) response I have typically heard from pastors who preach in such assemblies. The substance of such a sermon might be as follows.
"Often people are really poor, and they don't know where their next meal is coming from. Sometimes, being poor means that they must wear a tattered, dirty coat and a raggedy hat and spend the day doing manual labor and lifting heavy things, and they just can't afford to go to church. While we churchfolk have a kind of unnatural luxuriousness, they don't. A lot of them can't help being poor. And they can't help their poverty. So we should acknowledge God for His goodness to them.
On the other hand, people sometimes are really rich. And sometimes being rich means having a very nice home, and cars and fancy clothes and all kinds of things. Sometimes, being rich means having a lot of stuff; maybe even stuff they just can't really give away; stuff to which they can't even really devote much time and energy, since there's so much of it and it's all already there. And I bet you a hundred dollars that they wouldn't sell anything of all the stuff just to make a little difference in their lives. How can we, even if we wanted to, congratulate ourselves on being so rich and so fortunate, when someone is so poor and so sad and hard-working? How can we be glad when we have so much when some don't have so much? How can we laugh at those who 0b46394aab