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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on June 10, 2008

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s sermon, “Lukewarm Christianity” based on Revelation 3:14-20:

  • In many ways, the Laodicea was like America; self-sufficient and not lacking much.
  • The Church at Laodicea was criticized by Jesus for it’s lack of effectiveness, not it’s lack of fervor.
  • Jesus said that the church’s ineffectiveness made Him so sick He could vomit.
  • Too often, we, as Americans, put our faith in our wealth.
  • We often don’t seek God because He has blessed us so much, that we don’t think we even need God.
  • We must repent of this attitude and re-affirm our committment to God and His Great Commission.

You can listen to the sermon here or by clicking on the player below.

(There is an audio problem for the first 10 minutes of the sermon, but it gets better)

You can listen to Sunday evening sermon “The Eyes of Your Heart” here or by clicking on the player below:

http://www.mypodcast.com/members/file-243468
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