Many church buildings have (almost) become musea. The buildings themselves are usually impressive and the amount of seats overwhelming, but the amount of people that attend is shameful. In the Bible (see the New Testament) we discover that God's Kingdom comes by His power and not by man's power. We also discover that the Church isn't expressed in the size of buildings but in changed people. Man himself usually has power, certainly in his younger years. Satan has more power than man, but it is a power that destroys. Above all that is God's power. It's a power that creates and recreates. The greatest thing that His power brings to pass is the changing of a person. God's power is a redeeming power: people were and are saved for eternity, freed from evil spirits etc. Personal prayer and God's peace are also a great strength for His children.