We are in the Laodicean age, the last age before Christ's return. The Laodicean church is described as saying, "We have need of nothing" and Christ is seen outside the church ardently and politely knocking on the door to be let back in.
The world we live in has followed suit, says, "We have need of nothing", and also kicked God out of society.
To his people, God is saying, "[B]ehold, the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the Lord shall arise upon you, and his glory shall be seen upon you (Is 60:1-2).
Amen, you are so right about the Luke warm times we live in.
Perfect analogy using the church of Laodicea.