Churches today look just like the Laodicean church, making large amounts of money while Christ is on the outside knocking, pleading for a welcome in.
NEW YORK, New York (PRWEB) February 13, 2015
The Apostle John wrote about it. Churches today all too often resemble it.
In his book, “The Seven Churches of Asia Minor,” Dr. Orville Beckford directly calls out the pastors of LA and other modern day church organizations for looking like the Laodicean church found in Revelation of the Bible.
He warns that pastors have become so consumed with making money that they have neglected the salvation of their congregation, putting wealth above the sacrifice of Christ.
“Churches today look just like the Laodicean church, making large amounts of money while Christ is on the outside knocking, pleading for a welcome in,” Dr. Beckford said.
Dr. Beckford has pastored 5 churches, two in Jamaica, one in St. Vincent, and two in the United States. His passion is to see the church mended and returned to its former glory.
“I fear for where the church seems to be heading,” Dr. Beckford said, “I am a voice in the wilderness crying out for the church to return to an intimate relationship with Christ.”
He hopes that his book will serve as a wake up call to the churches that have left their first love—Christ.
For more information, visit http://www.obeckford.com.
The Seven Churches of Asia Minor
By: Dr. Orville R. Beckford Sr.
ISBN: 9781490849829, 9781490849836, 9781490849843
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and westbowpress.com
About the author
Born in Jamiaca, Dr. Orville Beckford Sr. has pastored churches in Jamaica, St. Vincent and the United States. He is currently a pastor in New Rochelle, New York where he teaches discipleship and the art of preaching sermons. He and his wife, married for 36 years, have three sons and one granddaughter. He has a passion for the Lord and the church, and wants to see believers have a personal and intimate relationship with Christ, and less focus on earthly treasure and pleasure.
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