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  • Revelation 3__4-22 The Lukewarm Church

    Contributed by Charles Scott on Aug 2, 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 2, 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

  • The Church Of The Open Door Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Apr 23, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    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

  • Philadelphia: The Church Of The Open Door Series

    Contributed by Terry Blankenship on Apr 2, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Here was a cutting edge church! They were the original Bb4D church! Is your church a Be Before Doing church?

    Revelation 3:7-13 Philadelphia: The Church of the Open Door The Mandate for the City 7a Philadelphia had four directives. First, their mission was to promote Hellenism. Their intent was to advance the culture and civilization of ancient Greece, especially in the period after Alexander more

  • Custody?vsownership? Does The Box Define Me?

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Feb 15, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    We can not allow the box of the past to define us. We can never be satisfied seeking custody! We must seek full ownership and claim the potential that God has planned for us.

    CUSTODY VS. OWNERSHIP? Does the box define me? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. I do this lesson in three parts. INTRODUCTION: COULD THE FAITH YOU EXERCISE DETERMINE THE GROWTH? OR LACK OF GROWTH YOU SEE? I have heard that many fishes size will grow in proportion to it’s more

  • The Faithful Church Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 55 ratings

    There are specific reasons Christ opened the door of opportunity for the church at Philadelphia. Christ also gives promises to churches, though they be of a little strength, who respond in faith by going through the door of opportunity.

    Revelation 3:7-13 THE FAITHFUL CHURCH [1 Corinthians 16:9 ] The church at Philadelphia was a church that was worthy of praise. Christ hands out their praise liberally. Jesus did not wait for their work to be perfect or for their character more

  • Church Of The Open Door Series

    Contributed by Mark Perryman on Jan 11, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Looking at the 6th church of Revelation

    INTRO: Super Bowl of the Universe Animals vs. insects, first 3 quarters animals stomped all over the insects. Quarterback elephant, right running back was a rhino, left running back was a hippo. Stomped all over insects. Fourth quarter animals have football on own 20-yard line - handed ball more

  • The Church At Philadelphia Series

    Contributed by John Mccurry on Nov 28, 2007

    Series of messages about the Seven Churches in Revelation of Jesus Christ

    Friday, April 07, 2006 Church of Philadelphia The Open Door Church Rev 3. 7 – 13 We know that the word Philadelphia means brotherly love. This can also be the state of Church when the gentile time comes to the full and God once again sees the Jew coming to Christ in great numbers. This more

  • Letters To The 7 Curches Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 22, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    ONe chrch appears alive but is dead, one feels as good as dead but there’s still ife there if only they’ll persevere.

    Today we read about two churches with a significant contrast of characteristics. One thinks it’s alive but is dead, the other feels as good as dead but is alive. Sardis was a sophisticated city and perhaps that was the reason that persecution against Christians wasn’t such a problem as it was more

  • The Consistent Church - #6 Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Oct 11, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    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?"

    THE CONSISTENT CHURCH Rev. 3:7-13 * Churches are known by her Characteristics. For instance, they are formal, loose, spirit-filled, charismatic, troubled, exciting, or the like. * As we have studied the churches in Revelation, we have seen the Careless, Crowned, Corrupted, Compromising, and the more

  • An Open Door Series

    Contributed by A. David Hart on Jun 11, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    This is one of three sermons from my respected pastors series.

    AN OPEN DOOR Revelation 3:7-8 My brothers and my sisters, this week’s Respected Pastors Series sermon by Pastor Maxwell Washington of St Matthews Baptist Church turns our attention to the book of more

  • Philadelphia: The Church Of The Open Door Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on May 31, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Seven Letters to Seven Churches (6th in series).

    PHILADELPHIA: THE CHURCH OF THE OPEN DOOR Revelation 3:7-13 INTRO: The church at Philadelphia was a very special church. It was one of the two churches of the seven that didn’t receive any criticism, condemnation, or blame. In fact, Jesus said that the day will come when all will know that “I more

  • The Forgotten Winner

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Mar 22, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    This sermon teaches the importance of remaining faithful in your service to Christ and His recognition of your faithfulness.

    Several years ago I watched a news story about the Boston Marathon. In the coverage they described the race, how many ran, the winner, the time, weather conditions and observations. At the end they covered a special human interest story. The reporter told about a wheel chair victim who was the last more

  • Memo To The Church: Part 2

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Feb 16, 2007

    Revelation 2-3 provides a performance review for seven churches. How would we measure up? What does Christ think of this church?

    Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Memo to the Church—2 Revelation 3 Here’s the church . . . here’s the steeple, open up and.. Common thinking: building, institution ---- people Group of Christian people who meet together on the first day of more

  • Revelation, Part 5 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Feb 4, 2007

    Study of the Book of Revelation

    Revelation, Part 5 Revelation 3:7 – 3:22 Introduction Once again, our theme of this study has been 2 Tim 4:2 says “Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction.” Remember that in all of this, the more