Item description for Leaving Laodicea: A Call to Spiritual Passion by Jeanne Terrell & Mike Bickle...
Overview The reward of walking in the continual presence of the Lord is well worth the cost of giving Him your life. He desires and deserves the undivided hearts of all those who call Him "Lord." Hear His Heart. . . "I. . .wish you were cold or hot." - Revelation 3:15 . . .Calling You To Passionate Zeal. Receive His Promise. . . "Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him., and he with me." - Revelation 3:20 . . .Awakening You To Holy Intimacy. Heed His Challenge. . . "He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches." - Revelation 3:22 . . .Leading You To Spiritual Truth.
Publishers Description The reward of walking in the continual presence of the Lord is well worth the cost of giving Him your life. He desires and deserves the undivided hearts of all those who call Him "Lord."
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You ARE living in Laodicea...Do you want to leave? Nov 29, 2003
After reading "Leaving Laodicea" three times I can honestly say that this is not for the lukewarm believer, at least if you want to stay lukewarm. It is my opinion that a "lukewarm believer" is an oxymoron anyway.
I am not the greatest person for rating how well a book is written, but what truly determines its magnitude is how it affects my walk with the Lord. If you want to be entertained read a novel. If you need to know the heartbeat of the Lord, you need get this book.
"Leaving Laodicea" is truly like any other spiritual writing. It will only change those that want change and speak to those "that have ears to hear."
You may be a serious believer and have wondered why it is so hard to keep going deeper in the Lord. Or maybe you are "on fire for God" but it seems like some wet blanket keeps continually covering you. Why is this so?