If you went to your school or job and had a problem with a classmate or co-worker, would you give up on your education or quit your job, or would you try to resolve the problem and do what is necessary to make things right?
I hope that you would be mature enough to try and resolve the conflicts that you are having with another person, and not quit your education or employment.
The same thing goes for church. Too many Christians will overlook the faults of a lost person at school or work, but refuse to try and resolve interpersonal conflicts with another believer. Look in the mirror and you will see a Christian that isn’t perfect.
If you are having a problem with a fellow church member, don’t quit going to church over it. Instead, pray for that person, and keep going to church to do everything possible to restore fellowship with that person.
Christians make up the family of God, and we are all brothers and sisters in Christ. We’re in the same family, and we’re on the same team. We should all be striving for the same goal, not striving against members of our own family.
Fellow believer, I don’t know everything that is going on in your life, but I do know that God wants you to be faithful to church. I also know that the devil does NOT want you to go to church, and he is working hard to keep you out of church.
Are you doing what God wants you to do, or are you doing what the devil wants?