Frank Walker • Sermon • • 775 views
The fourth church to receive one of the Lord’s messages was located in Thyatira (modern Akhisar), a city that archaeologists date back to approximately 3000 BC. The Asian king Seleucus I used this city as a barrier against the attacks of the Macedonians because it was located in a valley through which…
Revelation: Church! Hear This...
JEZEBEL... This name has never been on the popular list of baby girl names, and for good reason! The name Jezebel carries with it the stigma and personification of evil, wickedness, and immorality. We see Jezebel come to the pages of scripture in the Old Testament in 1 Kings 16:29-33 29 Now Ahab the…
Brad Shockley • Sermon • • 197 views
Intro: Have you ever had a bunch of apples, or tomatoes, or potatoes sitting around and then one day you grab one to find that It’s rotten? Now what do you do the moment you make this discovery? And what will happen if you don’t remove it? Today we are going to visit a church that had a rotten apple…
Rejoicing Through Revelation
Have you known the comfort of Jesus, the Word of God? He invites you to consider who He is, as the Bible says He is, to be reverenced and adored.
John Leffler • Sermon • • 76 views
Revelation 2:18-29 What a fascinating tour we have been on in the last few weeks. We have now visited -- up to this point three churches that all surround the Island of Patmos in Asia Minor. We have seen the loveless church of Ephesus (the church who lost her first love), a persecuted church in the city…
Josh Provow • Sermon • • 35 views
So far, we have looked at three of the seven churches that John wrote to in the book of Revelation. We have seen how the people of Ephesus were strong in doctrine, but they were lacking in love. Then we saw how the church at Smyrna was heavily persecuted, yet they remained faithful to Christ in the midst…
Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 5 views
Text: Rev. 2:18-29 Thesis: To prove that one must practice church discipline in order to be approved by the Lord. Introduction: 1. Jesus Christ addresses the church at Thyatira. a. His eyes are like unto a flame of fire. (1) Old Testament writers often associated fire with the judgment of God (e.g. Isa.…
Visions of an Exile
Hector Mora • Sermon • • 0 views
For the most part, we do really well scheduling ways to worship Jesus publicly. We put on outreach events, events that serve the community, and church services where we invite people to serve at. What happens, when God himself, confronts us in regards to how those works have diminished in quantity? What happens when He confronts our passive and permissive behaviors that have compromised the walks of many? Check out this week's sermon in Revelation 2.