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Taking Your Spiritual Temperature
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Seven Letters to Seven Churches

Ever since we were kids our moms stuck thermometers in our mouths whenever she suspected that we were sick. If our body temperature of 98.6 had climbed up just a few notches, it was always a good indication that an unhealthy condition was present. There is also a spiritual temperature that reveals the condition of our souls, and when the thermometer reads Lukewarm it indicates that something is wrong; it indicates the presence of danger. Let's see how Jesus, the Great Physician, treats his patient with this malady.

What does the word "church" mean to you? Jesus said the church is His and that He would build it. He also said the church is a group of people, not a place. This study looks at the spiritual condition of the church throughout history. These letters are from Jesus to real churches with real conditions and have significant application to our lives today.


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  1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PHYSICIAN
    1. His Names
    2. His Knowledge
  2. DIAGNOSIS OF THE PATIENT
    1. Underdeveloped Spiritual Temperature
    2. Overdeveloped Spiritual Temperament
  3. DELIVERY OF THE PRESCRIPTION
    1. Three Special Items
    2. Three Special Statements

APPLY THIS STUFF:

  1. A Doctor's job is to tell his patient the truth and then help to correct the condition. Knowing that Jesus is not out to get you but out to help you should produce a deep level of thankfulness.
  2. Ask God to reveal to you your spiritual temperature. What ways have you noticed Him trying to get you on fire lately and how will you respond this week to His refining process?
  3. Consider how an overdeveloped spiritual temperament (pride) can cause stagnation.

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Body Building - God's Way
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The human body has become the obsession of our modern culture. Much like the ancient Greeks, people are madly trying to fit the contemporary ideal of what is an acceptable shape and size. The church is metaphorically called the "Body of Christ" and His desire is to see it built up spiritually. The church of Philadelphia is a good model of a healthy, faithful church. Their example provides for us a template to follow in building up the Body - God's Way!
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There are 6 additional messages in this series.