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  • The Hot And Cold Church Series

    Contributed by John Harvey on Jul 16, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 6,626 views

    The church at Laodicea holds great insight into the life of a 21st century church.

    Life Quest “The Hot and Cold Church” July 16, 2006 Today we want to look at a passage that many people have heard messages on and talked about in church. We want to look today with different eyes. We want to get inside the ancient voices and look with a fresh perspective at the meaning of the ...read more

  • Hot And Cold Anger Series

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Feb 10, 2002
    based on 47 ratings
     | 8,087 views

    Sermon on healing of a withered hand and opposition of Pharisees to Jesus’ ministry. Emphasis on anger, appropriate and inappropriate.

    Hot and Cold Anger Mark 3:1-7 (“If Looks Could Kill”) INTRO.: There are really two kinds of anger. There is hot, fiery anger that sometimes becomes belligerent when not held in check. This kind of person rants and raves when he loses control of his temper. Then there is cold anger. I have a ...read more

  • The Hot And Cold Treatment Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 25, 2003
    based on 27 ratings
     | 1,927 views

    Why do we respect strangers more than we do someone who is tried and true? Let’s Look At Jesus Rejection in Nazareth to Find Some Clues.

    The Hot and Cold Treatment (Luke 4:14-30) Question: Why do we respect strangers more than we do someone who is tried and true? I. Let’s Look At Jesus Rejection in Nazareth to Find Some Clues 1. In His own province, but outside of His hometown, Jesus was well received... (1) ...read more

  • Hot Heads, Cold Hearts

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 6, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,015 views

    Anger drains us when it is either displaced or misplaced. But when we learn to replace it with a relationship to Christ, it becomes energizing.

    One day when Margaret and I were college students, she said, “I think you ought to know that the deacons are going to ask for our pastor’s resignation.” We were members of the same church and had shared in appreciation for the thoughtful, exciting sermons our pastor brought us week by week. But ...read more

  • Yuck: A Lukewarm Experience

    Contributed by Stephen Robinson on Sep 8, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,683 views

    But exactly what does it mean to be Christian? Can I create my own interpretation and live a quasi Christian Life. How do I know God’s voice from my own or that of my circumstances?

    Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen. Welcome to CrossPoint Church whether it is your 1st time or 101st time my prayer is that you came here with the expectation that we serve a supernatural God who is concerned about your everyday life. We live in a society that has become increasingly ...read more

  • Revelation 2012: #3 - Be Hot Or Be Cold! Series

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Feb 21, 2012
    based on 7 ratings
     | 5,196 views

    In Revelation 3:14-22, Jesus challenges the Laodicean Church to be hot or be cold, not lukewarm. He speaks those same words to us today

    REVELATION 2012: #3 – BE HOT OR BE COLD! REVIEW: Over the past couple of weeks, we have been studying the Book of Revelation. • In chapter one, we saw John in exile on Patmos receive a vision of Jesus. • In chapters 2-3, we saw the first six letters that Jesus wrote to seven ...read more

  • Hot Or Cold; It's Your Choice

    Contributed by Chanon Mullens on Jun 2, 2005
    based on 37 ratings
     | 6,970 views

    Dedicating ourselves to service

    1. DID THE LAODICEAN’S UNDERSTAND THE MESSAGE? DO WE? • The letters preceding and including this one are not merely letters to active churches in the day in which they are written, but to 7 church ages (stages) throughout history after the death of Christ • Many believe that we are living in the ...read more

  • Comfortable Christianity

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Jun 6, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,746 views

    God calls His children to be “on fire” for Him; not to a life of ease and comfort.

    Comfortable Christianity June 5, 2011 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: God calls His children to be “on fire” for Him; not to a life of ease and comfort. Focus Passage: Revelation 3:14-22 Supplemental Passage: And Jesus came up and spoke to ...read more

  • Letter #7 "Dear Laodicea: Hot Or Cold?" Series

    Contributed by Kyle Sullivan on Jun 16, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,350 views

    Sermon Series on the 7 letters to the churches in Revelation with help from Pastor Ken D. Trivette

    The History of Laodicea: Colossians 1:7-8 "You learned this from Epaphras, our dearly loved fellow slave. He is a faithful servant of the Messiah on your behalf and he has told us about your love in the Spirit." (HCSB) Laodicea: received its water supply through an aqueduct system. ...read more

  • Glimpses Into Revelation--A Church On The Fence Series

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Jul 15, 2004
    based on 30 ratings
     | 1,547 views

    What is so bad about being lukewarm as a Christian? Why it is better to be hot or cold.

    Iliff and Saltillo UM Churches July 18, 2004 “The Church on the Fence--Laodicia” Rev. 3:14-22 INTRODUCTION: Of the seven churches, this is probably the one you are most familiar with. It is the church that seems to parallel today’s society the most because of an INDIFFERENCE toward ...read more

  • Relighting The Fire

    Contributed by David Scudder on Sep 3, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,970 views

    Our passion for Christ toggles from hot to cold all too frequently. How can we love the Lord more passionately and consistently?

    Relighting the Fire Philippians 3:7-11 Purpose: To challenge believers to pursue a passionate walk with Christ. Aim: I want the listener to take the necessary steps to get closer to Christ. INTRODUCTION: When Paul met Jesus on the Damascus road his whole life was forever changed. Jesus ...read more

  • "lukewarmness- Deadly Disease Of Churches”

    Contributed by Bubot Parago on Apr 30, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,716 views

    Lukewarmness is that state of being a little too cold to be hot and a little too hot to be cold; no fire, zeal or enthusiasm for the things of God. Believers who yawn in the face of God. How is lukewarmness manifested? Lukewarm about sanctification.

  • “the Call To Fervent Prayer!” Series

    Contributed by Gerry Cheney on Dec 29, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,486 views

    Based on the movie "War Room"... we look at the importance of first evaluating our own prayer lives. Are we hot or cold? Before we start praying that God works on another person, we start by asking God to change us. This is where our prayer lives begin.

    Introduction: As you all know… This week we saw another tragic college shooting transpire. This time near ROSEBURG, Ore. Ten people were killed during a shooting at Umpqua Community College Thursday morning. And I think there were nine others who were wounded. What makes this story even a ...read more

  • Letters To The Seven Churches - No 7 Laodicea Series

    Contributed by Alan Hamilton-Messer on Jun 22, 2014
     | 1,849 views

    I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm--neither hot nor cold--I am about to spit you out of my mouth.

    Reading Rev 3:14-22 "To the angel of the church in Laodicea The postman has reached his final destination. This is the last of the 7 churches written about in the Book of Revelation. The city of Laodicea was located roughly 45 miles south of Philadelphia. It occupied an almost square ...read more

  • How To Get Over Lukewarmness

    Contributed by Don Baggett on Aug 6, 2008
    based on 10 ratings
     | 6,293 views

    According to the text, lukewarm is a condition of being neither hot nor cold in one’s spiritual attitude toward the things of God. The lukewarm person doesn’t protest the things of God, but neither does he promote them. He just kind of balances on the f

    According to the text, lukewarm is a condition of being neither hot nor cold in one’s spiritual attitude toward the things of God. The lukewarm person doesn’t protest the things of God, but neither does he promote them. He just kind of balances on the fence of apathy. It’s important, if you ...read more