Laodicea the luke warm church



A Lukewarm Church

The book of Revelation begins with an introduction followed by letters to the 7 churches of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea (Rev. 1-3). The Church of today is the last church spirit before Jesus returns and is characterized by historical, prophetic Laodicea. Jesus describes our spirit as being lukewarm. He tells the church of today that we are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked. The Church (the body of Christ) is poor because we are busy chasing after money and temporary, worldly wealth instead of the Spiritual riches of Jesus, which include faith, the fruit of the Spirit, and saving souls. The Church is blind because we do not completely know and understand the bible. We should listen and read through the bible at least once to know what is says. Then, we should listen to as many different sermons, Christian songs and talk shows and watch as many Christian movies as possible to study His Word because no one source has all of the answers. Finally, we need to meditate on His Word day and night to understand the bible. Most of the Christians that I asked were not able to tell me about The Tribulation, The Rapture, The Millennial Reign and The Great White Throne of Christ. Lastly, the Church is naked because she is filled with sin. The guilt of our sin causes us to be filled with shame, like being naked. Adam and Eve were naked but there was no shame until they sinned.

City and Church of Laodicea in ruins

City and Church of Laodicea in ruins

Jesus Spit Us Out

King Jesus is unpleased with luke-warm Christians and threatens to spit us out of His mouth and reject us (unsaved). The good news is we can repent and receive Christ’s counsel by getting fired up for Him (seek spiritual wealth, study the whole bible instead of memorizing a bunch of verses taken out of context and stop sinning). The Lord loves us. Therefore, He rebukes the Pastor (Mat. 24:45) and us. This is what Jesus thinks of the Church so don’t get mad with the messenger.

If you are an average Christian who goes to church once a week, you are probably luke-warm and not saved. Moreover, the Tribulation is right around the corner and Christians do not know nor care about it. You are being set up to fall flat on your face. The wicked will not see the Trib’ coming and will not understand what is happening (Dan 12:10). There is no pre-trib or mid-trib rapture as once believed.


The Tribulation is a time when the Beast destroys people (Mat. 24:21-22, Rev. 7:14-15) because the world is overpopulated and cannot be sustained by the environment. The Beast also believes that it can create paradise on earth by getting rid of undesirables and rebuilding the political/social structure into The New World Order. See “His Name is Jesus – He is Coming Back!” and it’s comments.

I am the Streetpreaher

…building up the Church of Christ with the truth. The thing that boggles me is that you see Christians of all sorts being puffed up and looking down on others because of their finances, their so-called wisdom and understanding and their earthy righteousness. They don’t have a clue of the truth.

Additionally, most Pastors will not preach this sermon in church because it is not high on the list of sermons that generate the greatest amount of tithes or gold as King Jesus calls it. Never the less, King Jesus loves us and has found a way for you to find the truth. Pray with me today saying:

We thank you Yeshua, for Your love and rebuking us concerning the error of our ways so that we can have a chance to repent. May we turn from the spirit of Laodicea and be on fire for You. We believe that it is true.

Hallelujah, we have repented. Now what? We should tell others the truth. And if this tract has helped you, please donate today.

One thought on “Laodicea

  • July 2, 2017 at 11:05 am
    Jul. 2, 2017

    No one is perfect and without sin (1 John 1:8, Rom 3:10). Therefore we should be helping believers and non-believers live a Christian life because our battle is against the adversary who wants us deceived (Rev. 12:9).