Jesus’s Message to the Church in Pergamum: “Repent of Your Sin or Suffer”
Biblical doctrine of sin: Why blasphemy needs to be avoided
Jesus has always stood beside His believers and punished those who committed the sin of blasphemy. In Revelation 2:12–17, Jesus’s message to the Pergamene church tells its people to heed the warnings, repent of their sins, or be ready to face the sufferings He will bring upon the nonbelievers and sinners.
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Jesus’s Message to the Church at Smyrna about Showing Obedience to Him
He always looks after His children—the reason why you should be following God’s Word
Smyrna—a prosperous ancient seaport city located almost 35 miles north of Ephesus. Its people worshiped many pagan gods, along with worshiping the Roman emperor. However, when the gospel of Jesus Christ arrived and started being preached in the city, not everyone agreed o . . .
Spiritual Guidance Derived from the Church at Ephesus
Conducting properly in God's home: faith and freedom action.
After Jerusalem was destroyed in AD 70, the balance of ministry and authority shifted base to Ephesus. The name “Ephesus” refers to desired one or delight, the essence of which is experiencing these feelings when in God’s spiritual paradise. Apostle Paul spent almost three years here (Acts 2 . . .
God’s Hand in the Universe’s Creation
Theories of the creation of the world—saluting the Almighty.
Both the Old and New Testaments repeatedly emphasize the idea of God’s eternal existence. Be it James 2:19 in the New Testament or Isaiah 45:18 in the Old Testament, Scripture makes clear that there’s only one God and it’s He who is behind the creation of all things which make up our unive . . .
The Judgment of the Gentiles
On the Day of Judgment, are you unworthy or righteous?
“When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. He will put the sheep on his right and the goats . . .