• Jesus Writes to Churches

  • By: Skip Heitzig
  • Narrated by: Skip Heitzig
  • Length: 7 hrs and 20 mins
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By: Skip Heitzig
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In the book of Revelation, Jesus wrote seven personal letters to seven churches throughout Asia. Since we are part of the church, we can learn much from these letters about how to conduct our personal lives. Join Pastor Skip Heitzig in this series to discover what it is the Spirit has to say to the church as a whole.

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In-depth look at the true message

This title is one all believers should hear. Breaks down each of the letters Jesus wrote (dictated to John) to His churches in the book of Revelation. By looking at the traits of churches that were respected and rebuked by Jesus, we can gain fuller understanding of the traits and behaviors we all need to embrace and abandon. Skip also discusses these letters as being the stages of the Church overall across history and the message that definitely still holds true in current day. Each chapter is a different letter and an individual sermon, so it is broken down in digestible parts.