Church Under Observation

7 Churches In Revelation

The Church & Stagnant Deeds

June 12, 2022 • Joseph Chinn • Revelation 3:14–22

Jesus presents Himself to the church of Laodicea as the reliable one, the stable source of all creation; however, Jesus is repulsed rather than refreshed by the Laodiceans' similarity with its surroundings.

The Church & God’s Promises

June 5, 2022 • Eric Brown • Revelation 3:8–11

Jesus states that because the church kept His Word, He would protect them from the tribulation to come.

The Church & Complacency

May 29, 2022 • Jermon Malone • Revelation 3:1–6

As we continue in our series on the 7 letters to the churches in the book of Revelation, minister Jermon Malone teaches on the letter to the Church of Sardis. What happens when a church becomes dead and acts more like a mirage than a place where people are introduced to the Living Water.

The Church & Culture

May 22, 2022 • Nathan Allotey • Revelation 2:18–29

Jesus presents HIMSELF to the Church of Thyatira as the Son of God who has eyes like fire and feet like burnished bronze to reassert His reign as savior and address their misplaced worship because the church is tolerating a self appointed false prophetess to lead people astray with immorality and idolatry.

The Church & Compromise

May 15, 2022 • Joseph Bolden • Revelation 2:12–17

Pergamum was a city that was a center for many pagan religious cults and the capital of Roman emperor worship. Therefore Jesus presents himself as a two-edge sword because though the church is fearless they confirmed and compromised in idolatry and immorality.

The Church & Trials

May 8, 2022 • Terrance Slaughter • Revelation 2:8–11

Jesus presents HIMSELF as the first and the last as well as the Alpha and Omega, Jesus Death sets the precedence of suffering, death, and eternal life for the believer.

The Church & Love

May 1, 2022 • Pastor Blake Wilson • Revelation 2:1–7

JESUS praises the Church for its “deep dedication, doctrinal diligence, & deep devotion” to the mission & Messiah but the problem with the Church is its “loss of spiritual affection/reflection” causing a misrepresentation of the person & purpose of CHRIST.