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While many will find the text challenging, there is enough interesting material here to intrigue serious readers of eschatological literature.

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Why is the world not yet ready for the Second Coming? The reason is Laodicea!

The word Laodicea is formed from two Greek words: Laos, which means “people,” and dike, which means “principle or decision.”

What does neither hot nor cold mean? Does the meaning of the word Laodicea have something to do with the given message? Is this message connected in any way to the messages given to the other churches?

By knowing and understanding the real message the Lord Jesus gave to the church at Laodicea, we will be able to unveil the one and only instruction God gave His people to fulfill what the prophecies of old foretold.

The purpose of this book is to help the church realize and understand the Lord Jesus’ one and only message before His Second Coming.

How do we make ourselves ready for the Last Days? The best way to prepare is to do actions that are in agreement with what will happen in the Last Days. Our focus should be on events that concern the church.

Furthermore, by reading this book and through the help of the Holy Spirit, we will have a glimpse of the following:

  • The representations of the events that took place in eternity past before the beginning of time
  • The three major conflicts that have something to do with the two covenants
  • The seven major stages of the journey of Israel that have something to do with the journey of the Lord Jesus and the church

By knowing and understanding these things, we will have a comprehensible picture of the eternal gospel, which will present to us a sensible sign about the Lord’s Second Coming that is about to happen in these Last Days.

Besides all these, this book will help us see and realize that the Second Coming is just part of a much bigger plan that was established by God before the beginning of time. This is all for the sake of God’s beloved chosen people, whose names have been written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.

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With its enigmatic symbolism and its apocalyptic imagery that many say predict the End of Days, the book of Revelation has long been a controversial part of the New Testament. In Laodicea, author B. Lising attempts to tackle this divisive text, hoping to explain why so many have misread its words and signs and what readers can do to prepare for Christ’s return.

The heart of the author’s explanations can be found in the title of his book. Laodicea is a city that contained one of the seven churches addressed in Revelation.  The church of Laodicea is emblematic of mankind’s erroneous choice in the mixing of New Covenant (faith) and Old Covenant (law) teachings. This cocktail, Lising argues, a pouring of new wine into old wine skins (a metaphor Jesus used in one of his teachings), sours both. What to do? To prepare for the Second Coming, the author contends, we must put our faith solely in Jesus Christ and not be duped into thinking our actions (or laws) can save us.

Laodicea is thought-provoking and perceptive, although is does have its flaws. Readers should be advised that this is not light reading. Those without a basic understanding of Revelation or the Old and New Testaments may find themselves at a loss. Yet it is not the density of the text that is problematic. Instead, it’s the fact that certain parts of the book can be confusing and that there is quite a bit of repetition (for instance, the way the “seven woes” are described on p. 23-24: Why repeat the phrase, “Woe to you, teachers of the law and the Pharisees, you hypocrites!” numerous times?).

Still, the author’s use of etymology to reveal some of the secrets embedded in the New Testament is compelling, offering more than a few “ah-ha” moments. While many will find the text challenging, there is enough interesting material here to intrigue serious readers of eschatological literature. 

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