Saturday, June 29, 2013

Revival: Our Great Need│Lesson 1, June 29-July 5


Memory Text: “‘Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him and he with Me’” (Revelation 3:20, NKJV).



Scriptural Pursuit with Glenn Russell│Communications Department of Andrews University.

Central Study Hour with Doug Batchelor at the Sacramento Central Church│Amazing Facts

Dr Ken Hart’s Sabbath School Class, Loma Linda UniversityTheological Crossroads

Bible Study Class, with Timothy R. JenningsCome And Reason Ministries

Sabbath School University│Sabbath School & Personal Ministries

Hope Sabbath School Study with Derek Morris at the Forest Lake Adventist in Florida│HopeTV

Laodicea is the last church in Revelation’s sequence of seven churches. The name means, “a people judged.” It is also a fitting symbol for God’s last-day people. 

Laodicea was located in an open valley in southwestern Turkey. It was an important financial capital, a fashion mecca, and an educational and medical center. Its inhabitants were independent, self-confident, and rich.

The one vital natural resource that the city lacked, however, was water. The water was piped in via Roman aqueducts from a spring five miles south of the city. By the time the water reached Laodicea, it was lukewarm. Jesus used that symbolism to represent the lukewarm condition of His last-day church, described as self-confident, complacent, apathetic, and spiritually indifferent. It is a church that has lost its passion. It is a church that needs a spiritual revival.

Nevertheless, the Laodicean message is filled with hope. Christ speaks to His people in love, offering to meet their heart needs and revive their deepest spiritual longings
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► Author: Mark Finley. A native of Connecticut, USA, an internationally known evangelist, was a vice president at the General Conference from 2005-2010. After retiring from full-time employment, he became an assistant to the president of the General Conference to work part-time with the Revival and Reformation initiative. Pastor Finley and his wife, Ernestine, have three children and two grandchildren.

► Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide: "REVIVAL and REFORMATION". Standard Edition 3 rd. Quarter 2013
• Editor: Clifford R. Goldstein / Associate Editor: Soraya L. Homayouni / Publication Manager: Lea Alexander Greve / Editorial Assistant: Sharon Thomas-Crews / Pacific Press Coordinator: Wendy Marcum / Art Director and Illustrator: Lars Justinen / Concept Design: Dever Design

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