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David Reagan — Smyrna and Pergamum
David Reagan — Smyrna and Pergamum
Did you know the New Testament contains seven very personal letters that were written by Jesus to seven churches located in modern-day Turkey? And did you know those letters are relevant to us today? [...]
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David Reagan — Thyatira and Sardis
David Reagan — Thyatira and Sardis
Jesus returned to this earth in 95 AD when He appeared to the apostle John on the Isle of Patmos. He dictated letters to seven churches that were located in modern day Turkey. Two of those letters [...]
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David Reagan — The 7 Churches of Revelation
David Reagan — The 7 Churches of Revelation
The words of Jesus are quoted throughout the New Testament, but did you know that the only Scripture that He wrote directly is contained in the book of Revelation in the form of seven letters to [...]
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David Reagan — Churches of Philadelphia and
David Reagan — Churches of Philadelphia and Laodicea
In 95 AD, Jesus returned to this earth and dictated seven letters to seven churches located in modern day Turkey. The last two of those letters are studies in contrast. One was written to a [...]
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David Reagan — Patmos and Ephesus
David Reagan — Patmos and Ephesus
65 years after his death, burial, and resurrection, Jesus returned to this earth to the Isle of Patmos where He dictated seven remarkable letters to seven churches located in modern day Turkey. Are [...]
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David Jeremiah - A Look Into Heaven
David Jeremiah - A Look Into Heaven
The first thing we're going to learn about is the church's exit from the earth, the church's exit from the earth. Here are some reasons why we know that the church goes to heaven, if I can say it in [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Disgusting Church
David Jeremiah - The Disgusting Church
The Lord describes the church of Laodicea in very unflattering terms. He says the church is neither cold nor hot, but lukewarm. Here was a church that was materially well-fixed, a church that [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Faithful Church
David Jeremiah - The Faithful Church
The letter that was written to the church in Philadelphia was totally positive. All of the other letters, you know, the Lord said, "I have this against you, and you have done this, and you know, [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Dead Church
David Jeremiah - The Dead Church
Seven hundred years before John wrote this letter to the church, Sardis was one of the greatest cities in the world. It was situated in the midst of the valley of the river Hermus. And in that valley [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Adulterous Church
David Jeremiah - The Adulterous Church
I don't think I've ever seen the church of Jesus Christ in such disarray and confusion as it is today. Interestingly enough, many of the problems that we are facing today are the problems that were a [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Church of Satan's City
David Jeremiah - The Church of Satan's City
The Bible tells us that the destination of this letter was to a place called Pergamos. Pergamos describes a sort of union of pagan cathedral city, a university town, and a royal residence. And if you [...]
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David Jeremiah - The Suffering Church
David Jeremiah - The Suffering Church
What do you say to somebody who is suffering? How do you counsel people who are going through great times of sorrow and tribulation? What would you say to an individual whose family has been torn [...]
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David Jeremiah - Losing Your First Love
David Jeremiah - Losing Your First Love
These are real letters that were written to real churches, that were located in real cities in real countries. In fact, these were churches kind of like our church. John knew these churches. He had [...]
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David Jeremiah - Christ in the Midst of His
David Jeremiah - Christ in the Midst of His Churches
What does Jesus look like? I mean, the answer is, of course, "We don't know". None of us have ever seen him. We don't know what Jesus actually looked like, but we can make some assumptions that when [...]
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