In a place like this you might step inside the main doors and breathe in the history.
You might stand in the rear of the sanctuary and look toward a room of small capacity yet of intimacy on a grand scale.
You might walk down the aisle and imagine what it was like to come forward in a public commitment of faith and devotion.
You might stand at the pulpit and look out over empty pews and imagine all the hard working farming families that gathered to worship in one hundred plus years.
Where independence from sin was celebrated and dependence upon God was embraced.
In a place like this you might sit on the third pew from the rear and consider how life should be lived and how death is to be welcomed.
You might meditate upon right and wrong and the small delineation at times between the two.
In a place like this you might contemplate how an Almighty God and a person like me could actually be in the same room at the same time.
You might think about the mercy that has been granted in this sanctuary.
You might imagine the number of people who have walked away without recognizing the hope found within these four walls.
In a place like this you might sit quietly for a few moments, and reflect upon all that you are not and all that He is.
“With awe we feel, kneeling here before him in the sanctuary.” Psalm 68:35 (TLB)