Whoever Has Ears – UnCorrupted


Corruption is a serious issue in the world today. We, as the church, are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in this world. Corruption within destroys our witness to the world.Corruption in our lives and in the church is like a viral infection…It brings nothing but death.

So…how do we “UnCorrupt” ourselves? 

Listen in as we learn from this letter Jesus sent to the church in Thyatira helping them to see, identify, and deal with the corruption that was threatening to kill them, the church, and the community.

In the book of Revelation (chapters 2 & 3), John shares Jesus’ words of encouragement and challenge to 7 churches. In this mini-series, “Whoever Has Ears…”, we are learning about what Jesus saw in these 7 churches and how his encouragement and challenge applies to us today.

Some suggest that the challenges facing these 7 churches show the chronological development of Church history and the regression of the faith, devotion, and commitment of the Christian Church over time. One could make an argument that the regression of the faith, devotion, and commitment of the Christian Church is simply a reflection of that same regression of the individual/collective members of the church family.

As we learn from these 7 churches, an important (& very difficult) thing for us as believers to do is to ask ourselves how many of these boxes (stages of faith regression) can I check, for myself, in my life of faith?

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(10/24/2021) – Whoever Has Ears: UnCorrupted VideoAudio (PPTBulletin – Notes Insert)

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