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NEW ARTICLE POSTED 11/19!! WHAT IS LOVE? See the Preacher’s Corner page.

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: The letter to the church at Laodicea in Revelation 3:14-22 is a wealth of information. Some of the points that Jesus makes to this church are: 1) God does not want lukewarm followers, 2) This church lives in a delusion of thinking that it has everything it needs, 3) It needs to seek from God what it lacks, and 4) God will discipline but Jesus longs to have a relationship. The reality is that churches (congregations and the universal church) are made up of Christians, so these admonitions are not made to brick and mortar buildings but to living, breathing stones, Christians. Individually, as well as collectively in our congregations, we are not acceptable to God if we are lukewarm; we can delude ourselves into believing everything is fine; we must turn to God for help; and we may be in need of discipline but are always in need of that relationship with Jesus. Let us learn from the example given to us by God almost two thousand years ago to a church in Asia Minor.

If you are not a Christian (see the ABOUT YOU page), becoming a follower of Christ is the most important decision you will ever make. The Susquehanna church of Christ is a group of individuals who seek to worship God together according to His will, revealed to us in His word, the Bible. We believe that Bible study will lead us into greater understanding of what God wants of us. Though lots of denominations will tell you they teach the truth of God’s word, they cannot all be right when they teach doctrines that contradict each other. We invite you to consider the material you find here, and most importantly, weigh it against what is found in the scriptures. Our hope and prayer is that you will find the information here to be not only of benefit but also of truth. If we can be of help in any way in your search, please contact me.

One more thing. Susquehanna church of Christ is a non-denominational church. You will notice that the “c” in church is not capitalized. The reason is that it is a description not a title or proper name. We are simply members of the church which Jesus built, Matthew 16:18.

If you are a Christian, we hope the material here will be of benefit to you and will stimulate your thinking. If there is any way in which we may be of help, please contact me.


Scott Long