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Postby dadman » Wed Oct 17, 2018 7:37 am

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Image .....Revelation 1:1 to 3:22

The issues that corrupted churches in the first century are the same threats facing the church today:
idolatry, sexual immorality, compromise, spiritual deadness, and hypocrisy.
In the centuries since, the church has not outgrown these familiar pitfalls


Imagine if your congregation received a letter from the Lord of the church, Jesus Himself.
What would He say about your church’s love for God’s Word, endurance in trials, and faithful service for Christ?
About its commitment to discerning biblical truth from false doctrine?
About how seriously it takes sin? Would His words bring commendation—or condemnation?
You do, in fact, have such a letter. Jesus’ words to seven churches in Revelation 2–3 are as relevant to your congregation today as they were to those first-century fellowships.
Let John MacArthur show you What Jesus Wants Your Church to Know—timeless biblical truth to help your church experience God’s blessing,
avoid His rebuke, and serve Him effectively in a culture that’s increasingly hostile to Him.


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ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Ephesus -- Revelation 2:1–7 - 23 Aug 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Smyrna -- Revelation 2:8–11 - 30 Aug 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Pergamum -- Revelation 2:12-17 - 06 Sep 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Thyatira -- Revelation 2:18–29 - 04 Oct 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Sardis -- Revelation 3:1–6 - 11 Oct 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Philadelphia -- Revelation 3:7–13 - 18 Oct 2015

ImageThe Lord’s Word to His Church: Laodicea -- Revelation 3:14-22 - 25 Oct 2015

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