Ephesus

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  • Number 7 In The Book Of Revelation

    No one knows the day nor the hour in which the Lord Jesus Christ will return to the earth in the days of judgment, sounds like something you would hear in the trailer of an apocalyptic thriller. Well in fact the book of Revelation which is the last book in the Bible speaks of an apocalyptic prophecy; the book is written by the Apostle John who is imprisoned on the island of Patmos. John, an elderly man, receives a vision of this revelation from an angel and was instructed to write what he had…

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  • The Lost Letters Of Pergamum Summary

    characters through written letters. Antipas is a member of the elite social class in Rome. He currently lives in Pergamum after brief stays in Caesarea and Tyre. Antipas utilizes his servant, Stachys, to deliver correspondence between Pergamum and Ephesus. Luke is the author of the Gospel of Luke and Acts.…

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  • What Is Verse 26 In Your Anger Do Not Sin

    Verse 26, “26 "In your anger do not sin": Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry,” Paul tells us that in verse twenty-six, to not let the sun go down while we are still angry. Similar to Jesus, Paul is telling us that is better to resolve our issues with ourselves or other people then to remain bitter. It wouldn’t be normal for us to not be angry either, because anger is part of being a human. Through Jesus’ example we can see that justice is an important part of life and there…

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  • Ephesians Chapter 5 Analysis

    Philippi. Many argue that Paul was actually imprisoned in Ephesus because of the amount of contact he has with the church. The letters written by Paul are very vague and don’t give much information besides what he knew to be happening. Paul is thought to have founded the church of Ephesus which explains the basis on which Paul decided to include the relationship between Christ and his bride, the Church. During the time of Paul’s writing, Ephesus was a blossoming city in the western part of Asia…

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  • Exegetical On Ephesians 6: 10-20

    Exegetical on Ephesians 6:10-20 There are many key verses in the bible that give insight into Christian life; one such verse is Ephesians 6:10-20. This passage s a battle cry from Paul written to the Church of Ephesus. Paul call Christians to suit up in the ‘Armor’ of God in order to stand strong against our enemies. In this paper I will look at the book of Ephesians with an exegetical focus on Paul’s message in Ephesians 6:10-12. There is some debate over who was the true author of the book…

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  • Leviticus 5: 14-26 Confessions In The Early Church

    monthly and more often when you need it. Scandals in the Church 1. Yes there were grievous scandals in the early church. In Corinth there was Incest, as it says in 1 Corinthians 5:1-7. Acts 20:29-30 warns of those who will try to distort the Truth in Ephesus. Pergamum was full of people following false teachings and eating the food sacrificed to idols, Revelations 2:14-16. Likewise, Revelations 2:20-24 tells of the people of Thyatira who followed false teaching, eat the food scarified to idols,…

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  • Mary, The Mother Of God

    these images provide insight on how Mary tops the list of intercessors; through her, we can obtain a better relationship with Jesus. Debates began taking place in the Church, and The Council of Ephesus in 431 C.E. made a decision which boosted her status (Madonna,…

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  • Theme Of Doubt In Shakespeare's Comedy Of Errors

    fact that Antipholus asks Luciana, if she is a god and to create him anew. This reveals that Antipholus has a presence of self doubt and wishes he could start over slightly. His quest of searching for his mother and brother in the unfamiliar city of Ephesus is used to help him find his meaning in life. When speaking of his travels, he uses the motif of water to compare…

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  • Corinthians 15: 29-24

    VI. Running Commentary While reading and interpreting 1 Corinthians 15:29-34, it is of most importance to remember why Paul wrote what he did. He had received word that the church of Corinth did not believe in the bodily resurrection of the dead at the return of Jesus. The question at hand is whether or not those who place their faith in Christ will be resurrected at Christ's return. This is is evident earlier in verse 12 when Paul asked “how can some of you say that there is no resurrection of…

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  • Summary Of Task 17 Epistle Study Philemon

    Task 17 Epistle Study- Philemon Background Author: (personality, the region he was from, family background) Paul, Originally named Saul, Paul was born in the city of Tarsus to an Israelite family in the tribe of Benjamin. Tarsus was known for it’s high learning and philosophy. He was brought up in Jerusalem and trained as a Pharisee at the feet of Gamaliel, the most famous leading Jewish scholar at that time. Paul was trained as a ‘tent-maker’ and knew Aramaic and Greek He became a believer…

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