Barrington H. Brennen is an ordained minister of the gospel, board certified clinical psychotherapist, nationally certified psychologist, USA, marriage and family therapist, musician and writer.   He loves talking with young people and sharing about Jesus and the practical things of life.   He graduated from Bahamas Academy in June of 1973.  He is a husband (33 years), father, and grandfather.  He earned graduate degrees in counseling psychology and religion from Andrews University, Michigan.

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   How Hot Are You? 

Today's Text: Revelation 3:15 & 16

"I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot.

I wish you were either one or the other!  So, because you are lukewarm

—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth."


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  • According to Revelation 3:15 and 16, Jesus was disappointed because His people were not hot.

  • What is the meaning of being "hot?"  Is it something physical or spiritual?

  • Most high school students think of being "hot" as being sexy and cool.  Is that all bad?

  • If high school students are not hot for Jesus, they will be hot for Satan and that's scary and dangerous. 

  • When you are hot for Satan you are in reality cold for Jesus.  Sex, drugs, cheating are the games of the day.

  • It is only when high school students are hot for Jesus  they can  truly make wise decisions about life.

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