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  • Wanted: Willing Laborers For The Kingdom

    Contributed by Kirk Devine on Jul 20, 2001
    based on 426 ratings

    There is much work to be done in the Kingdom, but few workers to do it.

    WANTED: WILLING LABORERS FOR THE KINGDOM MATTHEW 9:35-38 As I continue along my journey up the King’s highway, I have witnessed some eye-opening situations in the church today… The Lord has allowed me to observe some troubling signs of the times… I’ve had the opportunity to see what I believe more

  • Maintaining Your Relationship With God

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jul 3, 2008
    based on 28 ratings

    This brief message was part of a special service called "Summer in the Son."

    [This sermon was part of a service called “Summer in the Son.” In this service, there was also a message on representing Christ shared by another pastor. His church participated in and attended the service. My outline was borrowed from Craig Groeshel of Lifechurch.] Have you ever lost touch more

  • The Complacent Church Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 22, 2008
    based on 97 ratings

    The Laodicean Church had become complacent & apatetic about the cause of Christ because its members were involved in the worldly activities of the affluent society in which they lived. Jesus tells them that He would not accept their luke-warm attitude.

    Revelation 3: 14-22 THE COMPLACENT CHURCH [Matthew 2:19-34] The letters to the seven churches are God’s X-rays, given so that we might examine our own lives and ministries. Judgment is going to come to this world, but it first begins at the more

  • Get Back On The Right Track

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on May 26, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    We can easily become complacent and lukewarm in a comfortable environment, self-deceived into thinking we are fine. The Lord reveals our true need.

    This is the most popular and the most used passage among all the seven messages given to the churches in Revelation. • It is so because many people can identify with the condition in Laodicea. • This church’s experience wasn’t unique; it is common. We see that even in our own lives. • The more

  • Sin Legends Series

    Contributed by Craig Groeschel on May 31, 2008
    based on 60 ratings

    If we don’t talk about sin, the reality of our sin nature, and it’s destructive power and it’s eternal consequences, then we, as the church, are doing perhaps the most incredible disservice to people that we could ever do with our entire lives. We water

    Urban Legends #4 Well, next weekend, it all starts, the series that everybody’s been talking about. It is called “Satan’s Sex Ed,” and I am very excited. I’ve got some fresh perspective. I’ve been studying hard for that. It starts next week. Welcome today to all of our campuses and more

  • Trees In The Park

    Contributed by James May on May 5, 2008
    based on 17 ratings

    We will always see "men as trees walking" until we get close enough to Jesus to have a clear vision of others.

    Trees in the Park By Pastor Jim May Don’t you just love to have the time to take a walk in the park and see all of God’s creation in a peaceful setting? There’s just something about it that calms the spirit and helps us to realize just how big and loving our God truly is. One of the more

  • Sometime, Part Time Or Full Time Christian

    Contributed by La Juana Morris on Mar 2, 2007
    based on 60 ratings

    Don’t get spit out

    Sometime – Part Time – Full Time Christian Revelations 3:14-19 14 Write to Laodicea, to the Angel of the church. God’s Yes, the Faithful and Accurate Witness, the First of God’s creation, says: 15-17 "I know you inside and out, and find little to my liking. You’re not cold, you’re not more

  • No Longer Fearful

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jan 12, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    We are living in a day in which man has lost one of his most important senses – the sense of fear.

    NO LONGER FEARFUL II CORINTHIANS 5:1-11 Introduction: Dean Martin once said, "Show me a man who doesn’t know the meaning of the word fear, and I’ll show you a dummy who gets beat up a lot." (Kent Crockett, The 911 Handbook, Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 2003, 118) We are living in a day more

  • What's Your Cardboard Say?

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Aug 19, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Cardboard testimonies sermon, dealing with the past versus the present in Christ. Full text, audio & Communion message will be placed at:

    Many people, including all of us, have done things in our lives that God despised. Oh, by worldly standards we weren’t that bad, but we must remember that to God, there is no distinction between sins. To God, a little white lie is just as bad a shooting somebody because they are both done more

  • Revelation 3__4-22 The Lukewarm Church

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Aug 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Lack of zeal for the Gospel and Christian faith is a danger for those who are possessed of wealth and feel self-sufficient. Christ calls us from the cares of the world and deceitfulness of riches to restored spiritual vision, real safety and true wealth.

    Revelation 3__4-22 the Lukewarm Church "Blessed are the Lukewarm." Christians profess to follow religiously Jesus Christ. If that is so, then surely "Blessed are the Lukewarm" must have been one of his sayings for there are so many, many professing Christians who show no enthusiasm or more

  • The Lukewarm Church

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Aug 3, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    The deceitfulness of riches and the feeling of self-sufficiency are threats to Christian faith and life. Jesus warns against worldliness and the lukewarm attitude of Christians in Laodicea. Christians must return to their first love of Christ to avoid

    Revelation 3__4-22 the Lukewarm Church "Blessed are the Lukewarm." Jesus never said that, but from the lackadaisical attitude of many of his followers, you would think that was one of his beatitudes. That is the attitude of our Western Civilization and cultural Christians. That was the attitude more

  • How To Get Over Lukewarmness

    Contributed by Don Baggett on Aug 7, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    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 more

  • Creating A Shared Vision: "Putting Faith Into Action" Series

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Feb 19, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Sermon #4 on creating a shared vision.

    Revelation 3:14-22 “Putting Faith Into Action” By: Rev. Ken Sauer, Grace United Methodist Church, Soddy Daisy, TN In February 2007, Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz sent a memo to his CEO, Jim Donald, that somehow found its way onto the internet and then onto the more

  • Zombie Christianity

    Contributed by Charles Newman on Mar 16, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    A church that is spiritually dead can still hold services, sing hymns, offer prayers, deliver sermons, and do works of ministry – they can go through the motions of “doing church” but they will never be the church without being alive in God’s Holy Spirit!

    INTRODUCTION Modern Day Scene: A paramedic arrives on an accident scene with what seems like a lifeless body; no pulse, no breath – CPR begins and instead of taking the body to the morgue, they go to the ER. Jesus has pronounced the church at Sardis as dead. Yet there is hope. A church that is more

  • New: Flat-Line Faith

    Contributed by John Bishop on Mar 25, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Staying on fire for God can be one of the most difficult things we do. Pastor John Bishop talks to us about the Church at Laodicea and how we can maintain the joy of our salvation and share it with the rest of the world.

    PRAYER: Father, I pray that You’d bring our faith back to life. That the parts of our faith that have kind of become ’flat-lined’, this apathetic sort of indifference, that’s so affected us and it’s affected the people around us. And I pray in the name of Jesus, by the power and blood of Jesus, more