Sermon Series
  • 1. Keep Your Love Aflame

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2008
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    Our love for Christ must always come before our work for Christ. Don’t be deluded by our own importance or our great service to God.

    It is good to know that the Lord walks among the churches. • The last verse of chapter 1 tells us the lamp-stands represent the churches. • He is present with us today. No matter how imperfect we are, He is here. • He has a word for every church, each according to their needs. We will look more

  • 2. Trust In God's Sovereignty

    Contributed on Feb 17, 2008
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    Do not define God by our experiences. God is with us in suffering. Stay faithful unto death and He will reward us with the crown of life.

    Stay faithful to God. Don’t let disappointment and pain draw us away from Him. ?The church in Symrna was in suffering, under great persecution. ?But the Lord reveals Himself to them as One who is on their side, fighting the same foe. ?Despite the evil they see around and the hardship they are more

  • 3. The Complacent Life

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2008
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    Do not place your security in the outward forms of church life and neglect your walk with the Lord. Cultivate an authentic relationship with Christ.

    The message to the church in Sardis was distinct from those we have seen earlier. • No words of commendation. Just a blunt statement: “you are dead”. • Jesus says He saw their deeds. There were activities going on in the church. • Jesus says “you have a reputation of being alive” – they were more

  • 4. Hold Fast To The Word

    Contributed on Apr 10, 2008

    Hold fast to the Word, for we stand under the judgement of God’s Word. Do not compromise at all cost.

    Holding on to the truth is of vital importance. - It is a matter of life and death, blessing or suffering, reward or judgement. - Jesus emphasizes this need to the two churches. - They performed well in many ways but not in the guarding of God’s truth. We need to (1) HOLD FAST TO THE more

  • 5. The Church Of The Open Door

    Contributed on Apr 23, 2008
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    The church may be limited in strength, but they were obedient and faithful, and the Lord open the door of ministry for them. We need to seize the opportunity and walk through.

    The Lord is the one who opens the door of ministry for the church. • Rev 3:7 “What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open.” • When He does that, no power in hell or earth can shut it. • When He closes a door, there is no power that can open it again. • He is the sovereign more