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Choose to Be an Overcomer!

In his message to the church at Laodicea, Jesus promises those who buy gold, white robes, and eye salve from him: “All those whom I may love, I convict and instruct. So you must be zealous and you must repent…the one overcoming, I will give to him to sit with Me on My throne” (Revelation 3:19-21).

Do you hear the instructions of Jesus? Your salvation depends on obeying and submitting to what the Holy Spirit speaks to your heart. Jesus said, “My sheep always heed My voice, and I know them, and they always follow Me” (John 10:27).

Does this describe your Christian experience? Or are there areas of rebellion in your life that you’ve been “working on”–perhaps for years? Beloved, do not rest until you’ve overcome sin by faith in Jesus Christ!

A Letter from God (Revelation 3)

Welcome message by Sister Kathryn

When Jesus looks at our works, he will see us as hot, cold, or lukewarm. If you’re uncertain about your actions, you need to submit them to Jesus! Being confident in Jesus is a choice–don’t settle for anything less than total confidence that you are led by the Holy Spirit at every moment, as you remain in full submission to Him!

(Note: Today’s brief sermon is an introduction to the upcoming series on the Laodicean church, which begins tomorrow on WAVA 780 and will be posted here as well.)