A young guy and a young girl meet and fall head-over-heels in love with each other. They are both free to spend time with each other on Saturday mornings and evenings every week. One of them wants to be with the other both times but the other thinks that it’s enough to see the other once on each Saturday, either in the morning or in the evening.
What would we think about the difference between these two? Would we not think that the one who wants to be with the other both times has a greater desire to spend time with and be together with the other person than the one who only wants to be together once even though they could be together both in the morning and in the evening?
God loves His own with a perfect and infinite love and delights in communing with them and desires that they worship Him. Does God care when some groups of believers meet morning and evening on the Lord’s Day because they want to meet together to worship Him as much as they can but other groups of believers think that meeting together once on the Lord’s Day is enough?
Does frequency of corporate worship matter to God?
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