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  • The Seven, Part 15 Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Jan 8, 2014

    Laodicea: The Chruch of Nauseating Ineffectiveness

    The Seven, part 15 Laodicea: The Church of Nauseating Ineffectiveness Revelation 3:14-22 September 8, 2013 We are on our last letter this week, the letter to the church of Laodicea, what I am calling the church of nauseating Ineffectiveness. Laodicea is a church whose affluence had blinded them more

  • Laodicea: Apathy And Unconcern Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on May 30, 2007
    based on 29 ratings

    Seven Letters to Seven Churches (7th in series).

    LAODICEA: APATHY AND UNCONCERN Revelation 3:14-22 INTRO: There was in Laodicea, the spirit of indifference, apathy, and unconcern. Reading this letter is like looking into a mirror and seeing our own face–our own time. We are moving into the spirit of the Laodicean age. The word Laodicea means more

  • No Pain, No Gain - The Story Of The Laodicean Church

    Contributed by Michael Worker on Jun 21, 2007
    based on 47 ratings

    A historical look at the church of Laodicea, with present day application.

    Laodicea: Revelation 3:14-18 Laodicea. What thoughts does this conjure up in your mind? It is a word that we like to throw around as a people. Whenever things are not as we feel they should be, we blame it on being the Laodicean Church, and possibly this is quite true. This morning I would like more

  • Don't Be Spew

    Contributed by Roger Nelmes on Jan 9, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    John 3:16 is all about grace and love while Revelation 3:16 is about accountability and judgment.

    Don’t Be Spew Introduction: Everybody loves to quote John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life." People at football games proudly hold up signs with this scripture reference on it. Homeless guys will more

  • Letters To The 7 Churches 5 - Laodicea Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 21, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    we need to resist the pressures of our culture to conform unthinkingly to the status quo and to compromise on the major principles of our faith. We need to recover the radical edge of Jesus’ teaching, that turns the values of the world upside down.

    It’s interesting how we can go from the two letters we saw last week where one church thought they were alive and were actually dead and another thought they were as good as dead but actually had plenty of life in them, to the final letter of the seven where the church is neither one thing nor the more

  • Lukewarm Church PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 18, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores the importance of true dedication to God, emphasizing the need for devotion, distinction as disciples, and defiance of spiritual disinterest.

    Welcome, brothers and sisters in Christ, to this gathering of hearts and minds, united in our love for the Lord and our desire to grow in His wisdom. We are here, not by accident, but by divine appointment. We are here because God has a message for us, a message that He has etched into the pages of more

  • 3 Purchases We Need To Make

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jun 23, 2014

    Some guys think that shopping is somehow sinful, but I’m here to tell you that shopping is scriptural. As a matter of fact, the Lord commands us to go shopping in Scripture and to buy at least 3 things.We better find out what they are!

    3 PURCHASES WE NEED TO MAKE Rev. 3:14-20 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the famous Sherlock Holmes stories, once flagged down a cab in Paris. He threw his handbag inside and climbed in after it, but before he could say a word, the driver said, "Whereto, Mr. Conan more

  • Revival #3: Returning To Our First Love Series

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Jun 7, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Our highest calling as Christians is to be with Jesus. When we lose our passion for Jesus, and interest in the Kingdom of God, we need a personal revival.

    REVIVAL #3 – RETURNING TO OUR FIRST LOVE INTRO: For the past few weeks, we’ve been considering the topics of healing and revival. • Is this as good as it gets? I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of the usual. • I want to see more of God in my life, my ministry, and our church. OPENING TEXT: more

  • A Lukewarm Church Series

    Contributed by Jason Cole on Nov 4, 2007
    based on 34 ratings

    A look at the lukewarm church of Laodicea. Are we a lukewarm church?

    A Lukewarm Church Introduction: A young woman went to her preacher and said, "Preacher, I have a besetting sin, and I want your help. I come to church on Sunday and can’t help thinking I’m the prettiest girl in the congregation. I know I ought not think that, but I can’t help it. I want you to more

  • The Church That Makes God Sick Series

    Contributed by Mark Perryman on Jan 10, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    The 7th church of Revelation

    INTRO: Imagine yourself going to a doctor’s office for a check-up and you ask the doctor, "What can I do about my hair falling?" and he says to get out of the way. Another occasion you ask doctor what would you give me for this cold and he replies, "I don’t know. What would you take?" or "Doctor, more

  • Do We Hear Him Knocking

    Contributed by Roger Rhoads on Aug 15, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Listening for God’s Voice

    I don’t think the people of Laodicea were as deceived as they were living convenient lives. Things were going financially well and in the church, things were going the way they wanted them. They were contented, “Please don’t disturb us?” Jesus was outside knocking, but they had the music of more

  • The Complacent Church - #7 Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Oct 16, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Adapted in part from Warren Wiersbe (and others)...a look at the letters Jesus dictated to specific churches...with the ensuing question, "what would He write to us?"

    WHAT KIND OF CHURCH ARE WE? THE COMPLACENT CHURCH Revelation 3:14-20 * Please take your Bible and turn with me to Revelation 3. We’ll read verses 14-19 which is the last church Jesus addresses in this way. * (READ) For the Bible student, the name Laodicea conjures up images of a church in trouble. more

  • The State Of The Church

    Contributed by Matthew Sickling on Feb 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon compares the Health of our church to that of the 7 Churches of Asia Minor. It can easily be adapted to any church.

    Title: State of the Church, 2008 Text: Revelation 2 & 3 Date: 2/3/08 Location: Sulphur Spring Baptist Church Introduction: President Bush gave his 7th and final “State of the Union” address on Monday night before a joint session of Congress. He discussed the war on Terrorism and talked more

  • Laodicea: The "You Make Me Sick” Church Series

    Contributed by Terry Blankenship on Apr 1, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    This was a church by the people for the people and to the people! They had in-grown eyeballs!

    Revelation 3:14-22 Laodicea: The “You Make Me Sick” Church A Celebrated Church 14a “And to the church of the Laodiceans” The church in Laodicea was a wealthy, self-indulgent church. Notice that it was the church of the Laodiceans not just in Laodicea. They were geographically situated in a more

  • What Would Jesus Say To A Complacent Christian Series

    Contributed by Tim Huie on Apr 22, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    What would Jesus say to a lukewarm Christian? The letter to the Laodecian church tells us.

    1. Illus. of D. W. brother • In a tough time of life. Drove car out to lake he loved, and used a pistol to commit suicide. • Autopsy performed to rule out foul play. Showed it was indeed suicide. • Autopsy revealed an ironic fact. He had liver cancer advanced enough that it would have been more