Trinity Bible Chapel in Ontario, Canada, which has already racked up $40 million in fines for regular in-person meetings, is now facing a lockdown on their own building at the hands of local authorities.
Over the weekend, Pastor Jacob Reume blogged that the civil authorities “took our building because they think that will stop us from worshipping.” He wrote, “The early church met in the catacombs under Rome. The Covenanters met in fields. John Bunyan led his services in forests. Churches find ways to worship together, as surely as water flows downhill.”
Hebrews 10:25 presents the unshakeable dictate of God Himself for His people: “Forsake not the assembly of yourselves together. . . so much the more as you see the Day approaching.”