Ghanaian actress, writer, and producer Lydia Forson says Sundays are her favorite days, and she has backed her assertion with some reasons.
According to Lydia Forson, on Sundays, a majority of people pretend to be good. They start praising God and talk about his love. They go ahead to treat others with the needed respect.
Lydia noted that for the very few hours in church, everyone feels on the same level despite being rich or poor, but the fact is that for mega-churches, the front row is saved for only rich people.
She concluded that everyone suddenly switches back to their “regular programming” right after fellow shipping and sharing the love of God at Church.
“Sundays are one of my favorite days of the week.
Because for a few hours during the day, everyone (a majority of) are good people. They’re singing praises to God, talking about the love of God, being meek & mild and treating each other with respect and not judging one another; because we’re all children of God who’re made in his image.
For a few hours it feels like we’re all on the same level, rich or poor God loves us all (well except a mega church where the front row is reserved for the rich, important people)
But that’s fine, we’re all together in one building fellowshipping and sharing the love of God.
Until we close. Then back to regular programming.