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We are living in dark times. Hatred runs rampant through our society, which is filled with racism, dishonesty, immorality, corruption, and greed. We need to forget about political correctness and instead get serious about our spiritual lives and the state of our souls.
Leaving Laodicea focuses on the wisdom in Proverbs and how it can be applied to contemporary life. This wisdom will give us the strength to face the uncertain future, especially when Christians are soon to be persecuted for upholding their beliefs.
This detailed, twenty-one day study, will invite you to spend more time thinking about God’s Word to unlock the deeper truths hidden within. Leaving Laodicea draws from both Solomon’s writing and prophecies in the book of Revelation, reminding us that judgment is coming. In fact, it’s right around the corner.
What it Means to Surrender Your Life and Will to the Lord
To totally surrender to the Lord means to surrender your entire self, including your thoughts, desires, and actions, to God by recognizing and acknowledging His sovereignty and trusting in His plan for your life. It involves letting go of control and submitting …
555: Are You Going to Church or Being the Church?
This is a question we should ask ourselves each time we trek off to a worship service on Sunday mornings. What is church or what is church supposed to look like? Is church a building? Or is it something more? Is it something we do or something we become? And if …
554: Solomon’s Life: “Stupid Is as Stupid Does”
In the first chapter of Ecclesiastes, Solomon, once the wisest man who ever lived, tells us how he really feels about life. He says, “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity.” Or, all of life is meaningless, useless, pointless, of no real value, and a colossal waste of …