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Seven Churches

Revelation 3:14-22 | Laodicea

March 11, 2018

The church at Laodicea was challenged by Jesus to be awakened to a Kingdom reality. They had believed the lies of the surrounding culture that they could find satisfaction and joy in gold, riches, and prosperity, but were blind to the truth - they were actually poor, pitiable, naked and blind. The prescribed remedy to their sickness was not to turn again to themselves for their sufficiency. Instead, they were called to turn to Jesus who offers true riches, clothing of our shame and nakedness, and healing for our blind eyes. Again, we are reminded that we conquer by following the faithful and true One, even unto death, for resurrection awaits.

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Revelation 3:7-13 | Philadelphia

March 4, 2018

The Philadelphia church was not powerful in the perspective of the culture, but they had held fast to Jesus and were encouraged to continue doing so. But as we dive deeper into the text, we see that it was Jesus Himself who held the keys, opened the door, and promised to keep the church through intense tribulation and suffering. We are called to live in the tension, trusting that God will finish the work He has begun in us, and we still labor and work, holding fast to that which we have been given, namely Jesus Christ Himself. 

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Revelation 3:1-6 | Sardis

February 25, 2018

The church at Sardis had fallen asleep and were functionally dead. Though they had the reputation of being alive, in the reality of the kingdom of God, they were dead. By His grace, Jesus calls them to wake up and strengthen what remains, and promises that He will clothe them in pure robes of white.

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Revelation 2:18-29 | Thyatira

February 18, 2018

The church at Thyatira was entrenched in the works of evil, not only tolerating the prophet Jezebel, but joining in the immorality and idolatry. This letter reminds us that our works on earth do matter, because they reveal where our true affections lie. It is certain that Jezebel and her lovers will be destroyed, but for those who love and follow Jesus, there is a promise of hope - we will reign with Him.

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