The church is a place where people can come and see the signs and wonders of God (Jn. 1:46). God is omnipresent, and it’s possible for God to be everywhere and at a specific place simultaneously, and if you are not at the place where God is, you’ll miss His presence (Gen. 28:16).
In the bible, the word church is the Greek word ecclesia, which means an assembly of a group of people called by God for a specific purpose. God established His church in the midst of the world’s confusion (Gen. 28:10-19) because the church is paramount to your walk with God, and it’s in the church where you will encounter the goodness and faithfulness of God.
The church is the body of Christ, and for us to grow and walk in the supernatural, we need to stay close to where God’s presence is. God’s presence is God’s church, and when a building is set apart for the use of God, He will manifest the supernatural. God is the head of the church, and as Christians, collectively, we all form part of the church, for God is building His church on the rock (Matt. 16:18).
Being active in God’s kingdom is partaking in building the church of God, the assembly of believers on the rock, Jesus Christ. If we physically want to be where Jesus is and partake in God’s works, we should be part of building His church on earth. The church is vitally important because it reveals Christ, even as Christ reveals God.