Christ’s message to Sardis and to Us!
If Jesus gave you a “report card” on your spiritual status, what kind of grade do you think youd get? That is exactly what He did with the church of Sardis — and they didnt get the grade they thought they would receive! In fact, Jesus warned that they were on the verge of failing if they didnt make fast changes in the way they were living.
What is most important in life is what Jesus thinks of us — not what we think of ourselves or even what others think of us. And although it may sound intimidating to ask the question, we must ask Him what He thinks and then let Him speak honestly to us about the things we need to be doing better. If well obey Him, we can make the very highest mark on His assessment of us, and live lives that are pleasing to Him.
The believers in Sardis had serious cracks that needed to be repaired. In Revelation 3:1-6, Jesus gave them practical steps to bring about needed correction. And as He admonished them, He is urging us to hear what the Spirit is saying through His powerful words.
In this ten-part series, youll discover:
• What role our reputations play in our lives.
• How Jesus examines our spiritual status.
• What to do if you discover cracks in your spiritual life.
• What it means to have garments that are white.
• Special promises to overcomers.
Series includes (1) Study Guide. Additional copies can be purchased for group study.
Companion Study Guide
A 10-lesson study guide (included with program series purchase) corresponds to “Christ’s Message to Sardis” 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.
Each study lesson includes:
- Greek Word Definitions
- Lesson Synopsis
- Lesson Emphasis
- Lesson Main Points
- Study Questions and Practical Application
The 100-page Companion 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).