On Sunday mornings all over the world, people get dressed to go to church. Some of them dress up, some dress down, and others come as they are. Their choice of dress is their own personal preferences, as God does not have a dress code for His worshippers. He only requires that we worship Him in spirit and in truth.
Dressed for Church on Sunday Morning shares the biblical truth that God is more interested in what’s in the heart of people rather than their outward appearances—which to others can be deceiving. Author Zadia B. Tyson reminds us that in the life of a Christian, it is our discipleship, our worship, our fellowship, and our stewardship that reveal who we are in Christ Jesus. It is through these disciplines that we show our obedience to God when we are able to love him first with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength, and love our neighbor as we love ourselves.
God did not make provisions and save His people just for them to become members of a church; but to become disciples of Jesus Christ. When we acknowledge our call, He equips us to do the work of kingdom building. This is where our discipleship, our worship, our fellowship, and our stewardship define us as Christians. As Christians, we have been guaranteed that we will spend eternal life with God our Father, where we will be in His presence worshiping and praising Him forever.