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Churches of Revelation - Part 6: Sardis

Sardis has a very long past. Around 612 BC the Persians and Babylonians (along with other allied forces) ended the Assyrian empire. That changed the political map, making Babylon the capital of Mesopotamia and Sardis the capital of Lydia. 3,224 more words

The Best Places to Hobnob with Broadway Stars

Everyone knows the stars come out at night. But where do they go after the curtain comes down? Here are 5 places where you can mingle with your favorite actors as they unwind from their 8 performances a week. 484 more words

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Cannelloni au Gratin with Sardi Sauce

One thing this dish taught me is that I really need a pasta roller! Despite my best efforts my cannelloni noodles came out a little thicker than I would have licked. 36 more words

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Asparagus Vinaigratte

Cold asparagus served in a delightful vinaigrette of minced pickles, pimientos, and capers. A nice little appetizer from Sardi’s.

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Boccone Dolce (Sweet Mouthful)

Calling this a cake is a somewhat generous term. It’s really just an excuse to eat an obscene amount of whipped cream with strawberries and chocolate, held together by three layers of merengue. 76 more words

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How do we know when a Church is Dead? Revelation - no.6

This weeks column in Christian Today

If the Holy Spirit was taken away from the church in the West today, 90 per cent of what we do would carry on as if nothing had happened! 1,312 more words

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The dead Church 

Church of Sardis

Revelation 3:1

Chapter 3

The Dead Church

“And to the angel of the church in Sardis write,

“These things says He who has the seven Spirits of God and the seven stars: ‘I know your works, that you have a name that you are alive, but you are dead. 436 more words

Revelations From The Throne Room