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The Church: Hospital or Army?: Is the Church a Hospital for Sinners or an Army for Soldiers? Byron K. Hill.Sr.

The Church: Hospital or Army?: Is the Church a Hospital for Sinners or an Army for Soldiers?

Byron K. Hill.Sr.

Published August 19th 2014
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Kindle Edition
23 pages
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Almost all denominations say that their church is a hospital for sinners.Do you know if this is an accurate statement?You may surprised to find out that church is really an army for soldiers not an hospital for sinners.For a long time I haveMoreAlmost all denominations say that their church is a hospital for sinners.Do you know if this is an accurate statement?You may surprised to find out that church is really an army for soldiers not an hospital for sinners.For a long time I have heard people say, “The church is a hospital for sinners.” When I recently checked the internet I found out that famous people past and present like C.S. Lewis, and even Abigal Van Buren (“Dear Abby”) have said it. I also noted that many denominations use the statement: Baptist, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Catholics, Methodists and Seventh-day Adventists.It is so accepted that I began to wonder where the statement came from originally. The exact statement is this: “The Church is not a museum for saints but a hospital for [recovering] sinners.