This letter to the church at Laodicea addresses the sin of a lukewarm church. In this epistle we sense a serious call to spiritual fervency, heart devotion, and holy zeal. We have a solemn command to be on fire for Christ, not lukewarm. This lukewarm church was placed in a very important city. It had been founded by Antiochus the second and named after his wife. Laodicea was a very common name for women.
There are four key points about the church at Laodicea we should keep in mind: first, Laodicea was Thriving Commercially, it was Talked About Medically, it was Teeming Agriculturally, but Tepid Spiritually.
Join host and bible teacher James Rice as he simplifies the Scripture while Walking Through the Word.
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