Can you even imagine what heaven is going to be like? How incredible it will look and feel… Let’s dive into what John saw.
So We’ve spent so much time talking about the seven letters to the seven churches, now let’s see how it plays a part in view of the rest of the the cannon of scripture.
Time's Up! Choose this day who you're going serve. Skirting the line is no longer the way. Why? Because Christ sacrificed more than we can imagine just to be able to commune with us. So it's time to decide whose side you're on.
If there was a church you want to belong to, its this one. They understand love, and they do best job of living out the plan of Christ. It isn't about how rich they are, or who's who. Its about Jesus!
First we talked about Ephesus the church that forgot their first love, which lead us right into the sanctuary of the church at Smyrna, who was consequently the suffering church. Pergamus, the Church that married the world was right behind them. It only got worse in Thyatira.
Today we find ourselves in a church that feels all too familiar, unfortunateky they call Sardis the Dead church, let's uncover why...
Imagine being in a city where you had to compromise the very crux of who you were just to make a living. You had to lay down your religion at every turn so much that it was just another thing that was no longer a staple in your every day life but yet you called yourself a Chrisitan. That's just a taste of what it meant to live in Thyatira.
Christ instructed John to write 7 letters to 7 churches. All of the churches have a specific message. Which church do you belong to? let’s check out Pergamus, the compromising church.
As we continue our chronicle through the Bible we have landed in the ever so controversial story of Sodom and Gomorrah. Let's compare and contrast the likeness of this evil society with the one that we so conveiniently call home. The comparisions are scary.
Christ instructed John to write 7 letters to 7 churches. All of the churches have a specific message. Which church do you belong to? let’s check out Smyrna, the suffering church.
Christ instructed John to write 7 letters to 7 churches. All of the churches have a specific message. Which church do you belong to?