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“He gives me new strength. He leads me on paths that are right for the good of His name. Even though I walk through a very dark valley, I will not be afraid, because you are will me. Your rod and your shepherd’s staff comfort me.”
Psalm 23:3-4

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Letter to Ephesus

To the angel of the church in Ephesus, write this:

Letter to Smyrna

To the angel of the church in Smyrna, write this:

Letter to Sardis

To the angel of the church in Sardis, write this:

Letter to Pergamon

To the angel of the church in Pergamum, write this:

Letter to Laodicea

To the angel of the church in Laodicea, write this:

Letter to Philadelphia

To the angel of the church in Philadelphia, write this:

Letter to Thyatira

To the angel of the church in Thyatira, write this:

Lessons From Seven Churches

  • Remember Jesus . This Jesus of the first century is the same Jesus of today. He is described in these letters as the one who walks among the churches (Rev. 2:1), the First and the Last, and the One who was dead and came to life (Rev. 2:8), the one who has the sharp, double-edged sword (Rev. 2:12), the one whose eyes are like a fiery flame and whose feet are like fine bronze (Rev. 2:18), the Holy and the True One (Rev. 3:7), the Amen, and the faithful and true Witness (Rev. 3:14). Although these letters occurred at a specific point in antiquity, they bring so much more than historical facts to those who are listening. They are the words of the Living One, and they bear weight on our devotion to him today.
  • Beware of falling . Jesus couldn’t make it any clearer: following him requires our all. The believers of the first century felt the constant social pressure to compromise their faith by worshiping the emperor in cult worship, tolerating false teachers, and leading lifestyles that mirrored the pagan world around them. Has anything really changed in the past two thousand years? We may not have neighborhood temples, but Christians today feel pressures to compromise in similar ways. Discipleship of Christ is serious stuff that requires an unrelenting commitment to our only Lord. We must always choose the way of the cross.
  • Endure to the end . The Christian life is one of mountains and valleys. If we don’t keep a long-term perspective, we will become quickly discouraged and fall away. Christ speaks often of endurance in his letters. “Be faithful until death,” he encouraged the church in Smyrna. Those who endure to the end are called victors and will share in Christ’s glory (Rev. 3:21). Let’s take heart from the faithful examples of those who have gone before us and persevere in fidelity to Christ until our final breath.

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