The Letter to Sardis

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Pastor Steve Hull



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Jesus has a seemingly harsh word to Sardis — “People think you are alive, but you are really dead.” Jesus gives grace as he warns because he calls them to strengthen what remains and to remember what is essential to the faith.

*Statistics come from Official Catholic Directory, Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, United Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church USA, CRCNA and Princeton internal statistical data.