Rusty Claymore wrote:Yes.
Foremost, it's an act of service/sacrifice on your part for the sake of your family. God wants His people to put other's needs and sakes before their own. Second, it's still edifying as long as you investigate why that disconnect exists. By default our motives aren't pious, that's the whole problem in the first place. God wants us to do what He says, regardless of how we feel about things, with our motive being the He said to do them. It's about our choice to do something, not how we felt about it.
But all this is from someone who doesn't go to church except for family, either. (Oddly, to me it's the music that doesn't sync, not the sermons. There are some other issues as well.) So, take it as you will.
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