At first I found confirmation of what workers had said agaist all other churches, just as All Hail the system has pointed out. The music (hymns) were very lively and I saw that as a circus show. But I attended with the neighbors several times and the teachings were a LOT different from the teachings of the workers and were far more in complete agreement with Scripture, so that had me overlooking the 'circus show.'
The neighbors continued to examine me for what I believed. And what little I could tell them had them concerned. One of their questions didn't so much stick in my mind, but rather, because the question agreed with Scripture, it became my private personal practice - BEGGING Jesus to come into my heart hundreds of times because I could see no difference in me after each similar prayer. I became slightly suicidal because the workers' teachings often complete;y contradicted God's word and my prayers never seemed to make any difference in me. But before I got around to seriously preparing to kill myself, all of a sudden there was the gospel in front of my eyes in 1 Cor. 15 and as suddenly I understood that Jesus loved me so much that if I were the only sinner He would have died for me on the cross to pay MY penalty for me -- I have never looked back. And I have never before known the inner peace with God that was in me immediately - I later realized that on my very first prayer for Jesus to come in and take over my life, He did.