YOU HEAR GOD BETTER IN A LIBRARY THAN IN THE CHURCH
The word "library" seems to be used in so many different aspects, from the brick-and-mortar public library to the digital library. I am talking about the brick-and-mortar library. A library is a collection of resources in a variety of formats that is organized by information professionals or other experts. The most important resource in a library is its silence a valuable tool used to focus and concentrate. John 4:24 states, 24 God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.
Jesus said this to a woman who thought that physical locale has a bearing on proper worship of God. The fact that God is spirit means that God can be worshipped anywhere outside of the human body. The preferable place is a place of solemn that you find in a quiet place like a library. The church is pompous and circumstantial and not conducive to receiving the voice of God. The voice of God and the word of God are not receptive in the same environment. One use the ears that involves sound and the other uses the spirit that involves silence.
The library is a quiet zone a place to read and think. But loud noises, organs, drums, tambourines are distractions when trying to hear God rather than the word of God which is produced with theatrics and sounds. ... To avoid letting people get distracted or lose focus on God speaking to them the library is a substitute to ensure that the spirit of God doesn't compete with the word of God a distraction used to entertain rather than facilitate communication with the spirit of God.