Definition: (adjective) Everyday; commonplace.
Synonyms: mundane, ordinary, routine
Usage: There's nothing quite like a real train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute.
Modern day Christianity, steeped in all its rites, rituals and formalities, has become distinctly quotidian. It's a mundane cycle: the church goer rushes to church on sunday, where they sing songs and hear a quotidian sermon from a minister who violates Torah. Then they return back to their workplace and everyday lives, sometimes even while in the midst of their "sabbath" on Sunday. They porceed through the week, and some return on Wednesday nights to do a shorter gig of what they did on Sundays. The pimple-faced youth pastor surrounds himself with whorishly dressed young girls but says nothing all in the name of "love".
Saturday, a work day, perhaps sees some of the church members cleaning the church, preparing it for the quotidian cycle once again.
The paganism inherit in Christianity is virtually opposed to revival. The church usually does not want holiness, and even if it does, the holiness is vaguely defined and almost NEVER involves a return to Torah. The Christians continue to practically transgress Torah in their lives, never moving beyond babes in Messiah if they ever become babes at all, led astray by a pastor who carefully instructs them in the lies christianity has inherited over the past 1600 years.
Sin, flagrant gross sin of adulery, fornication, masturbation and pornogrpahy often occurs in the church, from layman to pastor -- and why not? The mundane Christianity they practice is hardly sufficient to keep them from temptation.
If the Christian is able to withstand the wiles of the devil, he will naturally begin to erect some other idol such as theology, philosphy or other things because pagan christianity simply cannot satisfy the longing of a man's soul.
My own dad often complained that he didn't like going to church because he was not learning anything new and he had heard it all before. Of course. Pagan christianity has a bottom and it is not hard to find it. The Torah is depthless, infinitely rich, endless in its applications. O the wonders and glory in Torah! How many a pulpit would be lit with the fire of the Ruach and renewed with zeal if but the pastor would turn to Torah and cleave to the great immutable Law of Moshe!
Torah breaks the boring quotidian cycle of christianity. The sabbath is changed from Friday evening to Saturday evening. There is not one pastor, but an undershepherd who guides the congregation in all participating in a "synagogue-style" meeting, where all can give a word, a prophecy, etc.
There is no mid-week service, because those fired up with the Torah are too busy obeying the Torah throughout the week, evangelizing and breaking bread one with the other daily to withstand the intense persecution brought on by cleaving to the Torah.
Every meal, every article of clothing, every day involves application of Torah and thus never becomes boring. Our Torah keeping is emminently practical, touching every facet of our lives every day. We are so immersed in the Word, boredom cannot enter into our hearts. Obeying Torah turns us into a living testemant of the Living Word.
The Christian quotidian experience cannot compare with the Torah-keeper. It is the difference between following a counterfeit Satanic religion and following Messiah YahShua. It simply has no comparison.
Will you continue in your quotidian christian lifestyle? Or will you break free from the boredom of false religion and press on into the exciting adventure of obeying every jot and tittle of Torah?