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Jesus wants out wholehearted love, not just sound doctrine and good deeds.
No one can deny that the world—our country—is in trouble: hostility, hatred, division, deception, immorality, you name it! America seems to be in a current heading toward an uncertain end more than ever! But nothing takes God by surprise, and he’s already laid out the world’s future in advance, most notably in Revelation. And the future will go EXACTLY as He has planned. When His people understand His plan, they can live with spiritual certainty in this uncertain world. Share this message from Dr. David Thomas with your friends and loved ones who are looking for answers!
lukewarm | adj. only moderately warm; tepid While we don’t always agree if something is better hot or cold – most agree lukewarm is bland, boring, and at times down right disgusting. But what about a church? What does lukewarm look like when it comes to faith and being a disciple of Jesus? Pastor Jon Palmer uses Jesus’ letter to Laodicea in Revelation 3 to show how bad it is to have “lukewarm” faith.
Today we conclude the SEVEN message series by looking at the letter to the church in Laodicea. Jesus said that the Christians in Laodicea were “lukewarm”, and He did not mean that as a compliment. Pastor Chris asks the question, what happens when Jesus knocks on the door of a “lukewarm Christian”?
Every single person loves something, whether it be God, religion, work, their home, health or something else. All of those things drive us and motivate us to do things in life, whether they are good or bad. As we study the church in Ephesus and the words God gives to them about their love, let's look at our own love and ask ourselves 'Where is my love?'
We continue our series titled Seven, focusing on the letters given by Jesus to the seven churches historically located in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). In the midst of so much suffering and persecution, how could God’s people so patiently endure? How did the Philadelphians remain faithful? How can we? Let’s find out today!
The message of grace and the messenger (Paul) are intertwined. Paul did not receive his message from any human device, from the church, from the Apostles, from tradition, or from his birthright. Paul's message of grace was received by the revelation of Christ, Himself.
We have been invited by God to go through the Open Door, which He has provided. And once I do so, my issues, circumstances, trials or tribulations will no longer have merit. They no longer bind me: I can go UP and be FREE! Every time we PRAISE God, regardless of what we experience, the heavenly hosts, and the four and twenty elders cannot help but to join in! They never take a break nor do they rest from Praising and Worshipping God- nor should we. Don't wait until the battle is over- you have been freed and invited... therefore, Shout NOW!
"And then the secrets and hypocrisies of all people will be publicly uncovered in the sight of all. Therefore, with good reason the thought of this judgment is horrible and dreadful to wicked and evil people. But it is very pleasant and a great comfort to the righteous and elect, since their total redemption will then be accomplished. They will then receive the fruits of their labor and of the trouble they have suffered; their innocence will be openly recognized by all; and they will see the terrible vengeance that God will bring on the evil ones who tyrannized, oppressed, and tormented them in this world." (Belgic Confession of Faith)