"An opinionated people, a shamefully naked church, an arrogant prideful people, wretched and despicable in behavior and above all, a spiritually blind church".
Regrettably, this is how Revelation chapter 3 describes the seventh church, Laodicea. This book is a highly recommended exegetical commentary on the seventh named church spoken about in the book of Revelation. It identifies many of the parallels between the historical church and the church today. The book focuses primarily on the apparent blindness of some facets of the church that can be evidently confirmed in the interpretation of end-time prophecy. With earnest prayer and fasting, Bishop John Ingraham has devoted himself to a meticulous study of eschatological events for over twenty years. Primarily he believes, interpretation of prophecy is by divine revelation from the Spirit of God and by proper exegetical analysis of scripture.
Let Laodicea now see examines several popular teachings on end-time events in the light of scripture. I pray that after this book would have been read, eyes will have been anointed with the eye salve of truth' the word of God, and Laodicea will now see