Tepid water is unsatisfying. A tepid life is even more unsatisfying. The church in Laodicea had grown tepid and complacent, warranting a stern warning from Jesus. Where did this lukewarmness come from? There's a hint in verse 17. They said, "I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing." Living the so-called "good life," they failed to see that the full and abundant life is about the cross—a ...
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Lord, keep me from hedging my bets and playing it safe in my Christian walk; teach me how to live boldly for you.
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