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Revelation 8

Up unto this point we have seen:
– God addresses the 7 churches and then the church is gone.
– A sealed book in heaven is revealed… 615 more words

Revelation 1

Teachers help students find answers. Teachers are not suppose to indoctrinate students but show them critical thinking skills to help them come up with the answers. 726 more words

Angels

Turkey Side Trip: The 7 Churches

It is not commonly known the Seven Churches from Revelation were in Turkey and can still be visited today.   Whether interested in the religious, cultural or historical, this is a wonderful… 566 more words

Europe

7 churches of Paul and the 7 churches of Revelation

The beginning chapters of the book of Revelation contain 7 letters to the 7 churches. The churches are represented by seven golden lampstands. More specifically, the letters are addressed to the “7 stars”, representing the “7 angels of the churches”. 1,404 more words

Bible Study

7 Churches: Promises

After a Sabbath day of continued study and reflection on the things and ways of the Lord I am ready to present you with the promises made to all true believers and followers of Christ, as members of His church, His body.  1,294 more words

Faith

7 Churches: Laodicea

By: A.T. Walker

While on the island of Patmos, John saw the Lord Jesus Christ, who instructed him to “Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: to Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.” In 7 Churches, we will be looking into these letters to see what Jesus has to say to these churches…and what he maybe saying to ours. 1,332 more words

7 Churches: Philadelphia

By: A.T. Walker

While on the island of Patmos, John saw the Lord Jesus Christ, who instructed him to “Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: to Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.” In 7 Churches, we will be looking into these letters to see what Jesus has to say to these churches…and what he maybe saying to ours… 1,297 more words