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  • The Open Door Of Opportunity Series

    Contributed by Jerry Smith on Mar 18, 2021

    Has God opened a door of opportunity to you ? Then seize the moment! Step out in faith and experience all God has designed to bless you with.

    Many of you will remember the game show “let’s make a deal”. In this game show the show’s host, Monty Hall, would often give people the option of choosing what was behind 3 doors. The reason I draw this to your attention is because the Lord Jesus opened a door of opportunity to the church in more

  • The Church Of Philadelphia Series

    Contributed by Vernon Risner on Mar 5, 2021

    Lessons learned from the Church of Philadelphia. Sermon notes, power point, and video clips available upon request.

    (TAB) Have you ever been betrayed by someone you love? When I think of betrayal I think of a scene in one of my favorite movies – (TAB) Braveheart. William Wallace (played by Mel Gibson) is fighting for Scotland to be free from the tyranny of England. Their only hope is if all the Scottish more

  • Philadelphia: The Faithful Church Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Feb 7, 2021

    Communion is a celebration of the One who opened what we could not open ourselves – the door of Heaven. He opened it on the cross and then He walked through the door of death and He waits for us on the other side where He will call us by our name and welcome us into His Temple.

    Before I moved here, I was asked to preach at my very first appointment … Anthony United Methodist Church in Anthony, FL. I was their pastor from 1994 to the year 2000. They were kind. They were patient. They had to suffer through a lot of boring … and honestly … terrible sermons and I made a more

  • The Historical Fate Of The Seven Churches Of Revelation

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Jan 26, 2021
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    There are many good studies and observations about the seven churches from a spiritual perspective that can be applied to churches today. However, this study will not address them, but rather review the history of the churches and where they are today (2021).

    In the Book of Revelation, Jesus sent a message to seven churches that were located in the western part of Asia Minor, directly south of the Black Sea. The word "church" is translated from the Greek word "ekklesia" which means the people of God, the whole collective body of more

  • Keeping You From The Hour Of Trial.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Jan 21, 2021

    What is the Key of David? The Key of David is a term found in Revelation and Isaiah. A key indicates control or authority; therefore, having the Key of David would give one control of David’s domain, Jerusalem, the City of David, and the kingdom of Israel.

  • The Church Of Philadelphia Series

    Contributed by Jack Martin on Oct 5, 2020

    A Church pleasing to God

    The letter to the Church in Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13) This is the sixth letter to the seven churches in Asia that we find in Revelation Chapters 2 and 3. It is written to the Church at Philadelphia. It is one of the two Churches (the other being the letter to the Church in Smyrna) for which more

  • The Letter To The Church In Philadelphia

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Jul 4, 2020
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    The church with the "open doors"

    The Letter to the Church in Philadelphia Rev. 3:7-13 Ancient Philadelphia is now called Alesihir in modern day Turkey. Philadelphia was the youngest of all the seven cities. It was founded by colonists from Pergamum under the reign of Attalus the Second, who ruled in Pergamum from 159 to 138 B.C. more

  • The Sixth Church Of The Apocalypse - The Church Of Philadelphia Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jun 19, 2020

    This is one of the two churches that Christ has no reproof for - other other being Smyrna. And it together with Smyrna are the only cities that still have a Christian church. The key is their perserverance. The catchword is " Be strong and faithful"

    The letter to the Church in Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13) This is the sixth letter to the seven churches in Asia that we find in Revelation Chapters 2 and 3. It is written to the Church at Philadelphia. It is one of the two Churches (the other being the letter to the Church in Smyrna) for more

  • The Glorious Future Of The Church

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Jun 15, 2020
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    A personal word of Hope that would meet their need, suit their case and would be beneficial to every other church and to all Christians in general. Christ knows and observes their condition; though in heaven, yet he walks in the midst of his churches on earth. The Church has a glorious future!

    The Glorious Future of the Church Rev. 2:1-3:14 The Apostle John, now much encouraged by what he saw, continues a discussion on the future of the church. In the next two chapters of Revelation we are given an overview of the Church’s present condition and God’s future for His Church. The Church more

  • Part 9 - Philadelphia: An Open Door No One Can Shut Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on May 27, 2020

    How little faith opens big doors by keeping the Word of God

    Philadelphia: An Open Door No One Can Shut watch this sermon Pastor Brad Reaves Grace Community Church June 14, 2020 Revelation 3:7-13 Introduction This is a tough series of messages. Very tough. We are more drawn to the image of Jesus more

  • Philadelphia: The Church With The Open Door

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Feb 9, 2020

    Like Smyrna, the Lord offered only encouragement for Philadelphia, with no rebuke. They were a people of little strength, and yet they held great potential. Christ promised to open doors no man could close. He reminded them of His preeminence and the security of their future.

    Philadelphia – The Church with the Open Door Revelation 3: 7-13 Philadelphia is the sixth church addressed by Jesus. Like Smyrna, Jesus offered no rebuke, only encouragement for their faithfulness and endurance in the midst of opposition. Jesus knew they were a people of “little strength,” and yet more

  • Filadelfia: La Iglesia Fiel Series

    Contributed by Josue Martinez on Dec 28, 2019

    Una iglesia fiel no significa perfecta. Pero debemos continuar siendo seguidores de Jesucristo sin cansarnos ni desmayar.

    FILADELFIA: LA IGLESIA FIEL Ap. 3:7-13 (cantar “He decidido seguir a Cristo”) Este canto, tan sencillo, pero describe a un auténtico seguidor de Jesucristo… uno que “no vuelve atrás”… por la gracia de Jesucristo… estoy seguro que a muchos de ustedes las circunstancias de su familia o del more

  • Lights, Camera Action

    Contributed by Coz Von on Dec 20, 2019

    Being weak in faith and commitment, you doubt the authenticity of your relationship and your salvation What should you do? How do you Hold on to your salvation so that no one will take your crown.

    I have a confession to make: As a teenager I was involved in a very intimate relationship. however, I played around and got into an affair, which led me to experiment with different partners – We had lots of fun. One of My greatest hobbies was photography. during these experiences I took a lot of more

  • An Open Door

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Nov 29, 2018

    The door of opportunity is there for the taking and John in Revelation outlines this for the Church in Philadelphia.

    An open DOOR Rev.3:7-13 Of all the seven churches in the book of Revelation, Philadelphia was the ideal Church, and the one against which Jesus had no accusations nor did He find any sin there. However, Philadelphia was not a perfect city it was a city of many temples, and was called “the little more

  • Pushing The Boundaries Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Nov 23, 2018
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    Expanding the Kingdom of God during this Church Age is a mandate that is still incumbent upon all churches. If the doors to continued expansion are closing, it may be because we are disobedient, or it may presage the closing of this present age.

    “To the angel of the church in Philadelphia write: ‘The words of the holy one, the true one, who has the key of David, who opens and no one will shut, who shuts and no one opens. “‘I know your works. Behold, I have set before you an open door, which no one is able to shut. I know that you have more