Tribute to Great Apostle, Paul (St. Paul Cathedral London)

Tuesday May 1, 2018

As we turn our backs to London’s Millennium Bridge, facing towards Saint Paul Cathedral is like a journey going back to the Christian Heritage of United Kingdom and the world. The term “Church” is at times misconstrued as the physical building. Different organizations or groups of people (based upon their beliefs) have different terms for the buildings they encounter. The Jews have synagogues, Muslims have mosques, Buddhists have temples, Jehovah’s Witness has its kingdom hall, Christians (Protestants and Roman Catholic) have the church and, the Atheists and Secularists may consider malls as their place of worship. The word “church” was meant to be the “Gathering of people called by God” and did not refer to the building. The Lord said “The heaven is my throne, and the earth is my footstool: where is the house that ye build unto me? And where is the place of my rest? For all thosethings hath mine hand made, and all those things have been, saith the LORD: but to this man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite spirit, and trembleth at my word” - Isaiah 66:1-2 (KJV). These words alone are enough for anyone who reads this to kneel wherever they are in holy fear not only inside the church building because every inch we step on belongs to Him. In London the most iconic church building used for formal gatherings of Christians is St. Paul Cathedral. Another destination for you to consider when you visit. St. Paul Cathedral London – Aesthetic and Grand Church Building St Paul Cathedral’s dome is famous at 111.3 metres high, one of the largest cathedral domes in the world. It weighs approximately 65,000 tons. It can be climbed, having 528 steps. After the pain of...... Read more on Full Issue!

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