The Importance Of A New Meeting Place Essay

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All the parishioners gather to discuss our need for a new meeting place to hold our Christian services. We need a place that is safe and secure from the Roman guards. We have been meeting in my husband’s and my small cabin that is several miles out of the town. We are becoming nervous that we may be discovered as more homes are raided. We have a place decided upon; it is not far behind our cabin, a few hundred yards up a draw that leads up into a ravine behind our land. It is a bit of a steep walk up but we don’t think that will be a problem for any of us. It is thickly wooded, with brush and grasses that hide a beautiful natural cave in the rocks. It is a cave but the top is open which will allows sunlight in. It is quite large and we will be protected from the wind and weather. We can close some portions off using tree branches after we are all in to further prevent the cold and wind from coming in and to hide us. The rock it is formed out of is smooth and my husband has moved in some flat topped boulders that we can sit on. There will be signs to mark the way to our cave. They will be difficult to see as they are carved into the natural rock that is in the area. Watch for the sign of the cross, which symbolizes Christianity. The Christian cross, seen as a representation of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, is the best-known religious symbol of Christianity. Further along the path you will see a fish carved with a cross inside it. h. The Circle symbol is also there…

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