Cross Pointe Church Cebu

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Seek God. Share Life. Serve Others.

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WORSHIP PROGRAM

June 27, 2021

CALL TO WORSHIP

Psalm 100:4-5

SONGS OF PRAISE

This Is Amazing Grace

From The Inside Out

One Thing Remains

PASTORAL PRAYER

OFFERING

Proverbs 16:8-9

BIBLE READING

Revelation 3:14-22

SERMON

“NEITHER FROZEN NOR FERVENT” (Pastor Omar)

SONG OF RESPONSE

BENEDICTION

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EITHER COLD OR HOT

by Herbert Vander Lugt

I like soup when it is steaming hot and a soft drink when it is icy cold. I can’t stand either one lukewarm. Jesus has the same attitude toward people who profess to be His children. He detests lukewarmness. He said He wished they would be either cold or hot (Revelation 3:15).

 

Although some people believe the term cold refers to hostility toward Jesus and the gospel, I don’t believe He prefers hostility to halfheartedness. Rather, in His message to the church in Laodicea, Jesus may have had in mind two springs in the region—the hot mineral springs at Hierapolis and the pure cold water springs in Colosse. The hot springs were seen as having healing powers. The cold springs provided refreshment. The Christians in the church at Laodicea brought neither healing to the spiritually ill nor refreshment to the weary. They were lukewarm and of no help to anyone.

 

You and I must ask ourselves these questions: Do I provide refreshment to the spiritually weary by bringing them encouragement, joy, and hope? Do I bring healing by challenging the careless, correcting the erring, and motivating the indifferent? Remember, we can’t help anybody if we are lukewarm. The Lord wants us either cold or hot—whatever is needed at the moment.

HIGHSCHOOL & COLLEGE

LADIES GROUPS

WOMEN OF GRACE

Sundays 2:00 PM 

Contact Person: LiAnn Du 

0917-326 8718

SUNDATES

SUNdates Lifegroup

2nd & 4th Sundays, 3:00 PM

Contact Person: Sheila Dalay 

0917-8434915 

KIDS