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  • You've Lost That Loving Feeling

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Jan 29, 2018
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    After the Lord pats them on the back, He makes a Transition. VS. 4 “NEVERTHELESS, I HAVE SOMEWHAT AGAINST THEE, BECAUSE THOU HAST LEFT THY FIRST LOVE.” To be a Christian means to love the Lord Jesus Christ with all that you are. Love and Servanthood.

    TITLE: YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING SCRIPTURE: REVELATION 2:1-4 I lift as a thought this morning -- "YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVING' FEELING'" - This was the title of a song written by Phil Spector – Barry Mann – Cynthia Weil. It was first recorded by THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS in 1964, and was ...read more

  • Formula For Regaining Lost Love: Remember, Repent, Repeat Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Sep 24, 2017
     | 2,671 views

    Some might argue it’s not possible to stay in love-"Love" hormones work about 18-24 months and then settle down to normalcy. Jesus doesn’t share that perspective. He gives the 3 R's for Rekindling 1st Love -Remember, Repent & Repeat.

    To: The Angel at the Church in Ephesus Write, These things says the One holding the seven stars in His right hand, the one walking in the middle of the gold lights: I know your works, and your labor and patience (endurance-bearing under a load). And that you are not able to tolerate bad ...read more

  • The Message To The Church At Ephesus Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on Oct 31, 2016
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    To the church at Ephesus, you have lost your first love.

    I. Introduction A. Ephesus 1. Means desirable a. Such as a bridegroom would find his bride, desirable 2. It was the site of the main temple to Diana a. But, this Diana was not the same Diana as the Greek or Roman goddess b. This Diana was much older (1) She was the ...read more