Christ’s Message to Philadelphia
Do you dream that God will give you amazing opportunities to do something magnificent and meaningful with your life? If you say, “Yes, thats me,” welcome to the company of the rest of us who also want to see God work powerfully in our lives!
When Jesus spoke to the Church at Philadelphia, He told them, “…Behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it…” (Revelation 3:8). In same way, Jesus Christ has placed an open door — some type of amazing opportunity — in front of you that no man can shut. But you are the only one who can choose to walk through it!
Are you walking through the doors that God has placed before you? You can do it with Gods grace and power. He will help you get moving in the right direction!
In this five-part series, Rick will help you discover:
- How to recognize an open door.
- How to know if an open door is really from God.
- How to resist the devil if he tries to slam a door shut.
- How to embrace divine power that will thrust you into the next phase of your life!
Learn how to recognize the open door, experience God’s divine protection, and enjoy His promise to those who overcome. It’s time to walk through the open door in your life!
Series includes (1) Study Guide. Additional copies can be purchased for group study.
Companion Study Guide
A 5-lesson study guide (included with program series purchase) corresponds to “Christ’s Message to Philadelphia” teaching. Each lesson covers a topic that is addressed during the program series, with questions and references supplied to draw you deeper into your own private study of the Scriptures on this subject.
This series will focus on the following topics:
- History of Philadelphia
- An Open Door that No Man Can Shut
- How To Recognize an Open Door
- A Promise of Divine Protection
- A Promise to Those Who Overcome
Each study lesson includes:
- Greek Word Definitions
- Lesson Synopsis
- Lesson Emphasis
- Lesson Main Points
- Study Questions and Practical Application
The 52-page Study Guide is suitable for personal or group study.
Note: DVD and CD series include a printed Study Guide.
Digital Products (USB, Digital Video, and Digital Audio) include a Digital Study Guide (PDF format).