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What does the church need to hear today? As many have said, the church must always be reforming. It must continually move closer to a truer, more faithful expression of the gospel. The risen Christ’s powerful letters to the seven churches in Revelation are a guide to just that. Based on John MacArthur’s exposition of these letters, Christ’s Call to Reform the Church is a plea to the modern church to heed these divine warnings, to reform before it succumbs to the kinds of compromise and error that invite God’s judgment.

Christ’s Call to Reform the Church admonishes the church today to learn from the mistakes God’s people have made in the past, rather than commit them again. The word of God has many benefits, one of which is that it reveals our blind spots. That's what this book does - it shines a light on problems we didn't know we had. May it be embraced by Christians everywhere, spurring them toward the God-honoring, grace-driven work of continued reformation.

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It's time to wake up

John MacArthur once again provides an analysis of scripture which convicts the soul while clarifying so many things.

I've read about the churches in Revelation numerous times, but this "call to reform the church" is also a call to repent and not commit the same mistakes, sins and failures of the past.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand both the church as a whole in today's society as well as how well or how sick each local church might be.