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 HIS Infinitude - Part 2 by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Character Of God
Scripture(s): 1 John 4:12-16, John 17:20-23, Revelation 5:9-11  
Description: The second of three parts to A. W. Tozer’s message, “HIS Infinitude,” looks at perfection, which no thing and no one has but God. Dr. Tozer boldly asserts that “God takes pleasure in himself, and rejoices in his own perfections,” and the pastor cites the beauties of energy, light, and color as evidence of the joy with which God creates. The message is firmly grounded in 1 John 4:12-16, John 17:20-23, and Revelation 5:9-11. Part 2 is 13 minutes and 54 seconds in length.
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 HIS Infinitude - Part 3 by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Character Of God
Scripture(s): 1 John 4:12-16, John 17:20-23, Revelation 5:9-11  
Description: The conclusion of A. W. Tozer’s message, “HIS Infinitude,” is about God’s enthusiasm, and with much enthusiasm does the pastor preach it. When we behold the ebullient wonder of what God has made, “we ought to stop thinking like a scientist and start thinking like a psalmist. … Let us not think anymore of God as being heavy browed and gloomy! I repeat that when God made the heaven and earth, they sang together and all the sons of God shouted for joy! There wasn’t a funeral at the creation of the world; there was an anthem, and all the creature creations sang! And at the incarnation they sang!” There was singing at the resurrection and we’ll sing at the rapture and the consummation, and the song will be “Worthy is the Lamb!” The message is firmly grounded in 1 John 4:12-16, John 17:20-23, and Revelation 5:9-11. Part 3 is 17 minutes and 49 seconds in length.
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 God is Worthy of Worship by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Worship
Scripture(s): Revelation 5:1-9  
Description: What worship is, the vast difference between worship and praise...
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 (Revelation) The Importance Of The Book by Willie Mullan

Topic: Book Of Life
Scripture(s): Revelation 5:6-14  
Description: nil
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 Who is Worthy by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Jesus Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 5:1-14  
Description: nil
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 The Battle Of The Ages by Ian Paisley

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Scripture(s): Revelation 19:11-21  
Description: nil
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 (Revelation) The Marriage Supper of the Lamb - Part 2 by Willie Mullan

Topic: Marriage Supper of the Lamb
Scripture(s): Revelation 19:11-16  
Description: nil
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 How Shall We Escape by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Salvation
Scripture(s): Revelation 19:10-16, Hebrews 1  
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 (Second Coming of Christ) 09 An Invasion from Outer Space by Aeron Morgan

Topic: Second Coming
Scripture(s): Revelation 19:11-21  
Description: nil
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 The Lordship of Christ by B.B. Caldwell

Topic: Lordship Of Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 19:16  
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 (Revelation) The Day Of Vengeance Fully Come by Willie Mullan

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Scripture(s): Revelation 19:17-21  
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 (Second Coming of Christ) 10 The Supper of the Great God by Aeron Morgan

Topic: Second Coming
Scripture(s): Revelation 19:17-21  
Description: nil
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 New Life Baptist Church - Part 6 by Paul Washer

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Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22  
Description: Are you willing to open yourself up to Godly correction and rebuke? Paul re-examines a popular passage of Scripture on the Lord's discipline. Open your ears to learn how the greatest blessing a child of God can receive is the loving discipline from our Lord and how His correction is evidence of you being a true disciple of Jesus Christ.
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 The Laodicean Deception by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Revelation 3:13-19  
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 The Seven Churches of Revelation by Carter Conlon

Topic: Churches of Revelation
Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22, Isaiah 58  
Description: This is a powerful message about the church of Laodicea and much of the Western church of this day. The message is centered on the verses between Revelation 3:14 to 3:22 Carter also uses verses from Mark chapter 4 to show the disciples fearfulness and lack of concern for others when they were in storm with Jesus in the boat. The church of Laodicea had the same lack of concern for others with the self-centered life that they were in. In Isaiah chapter 58, the message speaks of the fast that God has chosen instead of the fasts of pretence that the people of that time were doing. Like the church of Laodicea, the people of Isaiah’s day were living life for themselves with no concern or grief for the poor or suffering. With these verses the message went into a parallel with much of the church of today that looks for self-help books, or seminaries, or even counseling without seeking God or God’s word for problems. Carter encourages married people with problems to look to Ephesians chapter 5 for an answer to problems instead of the counsel of someone who suggests that all your problems are from your third and forth generation. The message ends with words about revival using the revival of Ezra where it speaks of the people weeping. Revival has a strange mixture of weeping and joy. In revival the hearts of the people are broken and there is remorse. The church of Laodicea did not weep for others.
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 (Revelation) The Church At Laodicea by Willie Mullan

Topic: Laodicea
Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22  
Description: nil
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 An Earnest Warning Against Lukewarmness by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-21  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON LORD'S-DAY MORNING, JULY 26TH, 1874, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “Unto the angel of the church of the Laodiocans write, These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness the beginning of the creation of God, I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth. Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing, and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked: I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich, and white raiment, that thou mayest be clothed, and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear; and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou mayest see. As many as I love I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent. Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come into him, and will sup with him, and he with me. To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.” — Revelation 3:14-21. No Scripture ever wears out. The epistle to the church of Laodicea is not an old letter which may be put into the waste basket and be forgotten; upon its page still glow the words, “He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit...
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 The Church of the Closed Door by Ronald Glass

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22  
Description: nil
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 What Will We Do When Jesus Knocks? by Carter Conlon

Topic: Being Ready
Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22  
Description: December 12, 2010 - If we are truly Christians we are called to be given to the poor and afflicted. When the Son of God knocks on the door of your heart to put what you know about Him into practice, how will you respond? We are called to take everything God has given to us and use it for the betterment of human suffering. This doesn't make sense to the natural man who will choose self preservation and stay locked behind a closed door fellowship. If you reach out to the widow and the hungry in a time of famine, the treasure of Jesus Christ will be unlocked to you. When we turn our hearts away from helping the poor and needy, we rob ourselves of the presence of God. Jesus stands at the door and knocks and if you will open the door He will give you provision to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and touch the heart of a sin-sick world. Let your heart come into agreement with what God speaks for your life. If you have resisted this call Jesus is willing to knock again.
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 (basics) 18. More On Dead Works by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Revelation 3:15-19, Romans 12:11, Romans 1:5  
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