Ben Korinek - November 7, 2021

A Letter on Compromise

Sometimes our world feels dark. Sometimes we are acutely aware of all the evil that surrounds us in our culture. But sometimes there is a darkness that creeps into our lives in subtle ways: through compromise. As we look at the third letter in our Seven Letters of Revelation written to the church in Pergamum, we see Jesus address the compromise in their church, but we also see the promise that is made for all believers who stand against temptation in this dark and sinful world. This is a message that every church and every believer needs to wrestle with: how do we live a life of faith without compromise?

From Series: "The Seven Letters of Revelation"

If Jesus wrote you a letter, what would He say to you? To our church? What would He share with us about His priorities for us? What does He find pleasing and displeasing? What would He say about our level of obedience? We'll take a look at how Jesus addressed each of these issues as we take a close look at the letters written to the seven churches of Asia Minor in the 1st Century. Though these letters weren’t addressed to us, they were written for us and provide us with a richer understanding of Jesus, His heart for the global church, and His eternal perspective for each of our lives.

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