The Seven Churches of The Book of Revelation
When someone read chapters two and three in the last Bible book (Revelation), many questions may arise why God chose seven churches and in the order he discussed them through his servant John to write. Young Christians usually seek to worship letters to seven churches when they trace history with total confusion. Many young Christians and even adults do not realize that “seven churches” are literal historical churches in Asia.
The churches were ordered so that John to write is a famous famous church in his day. Their unique choices show us as people believe many things. For starters, these churches represent the type and condition of all future church generations. This fact can be supported based on several conditions. First, there are many churches in areas where they are not chosen and written.
The fact that the Spirit spoke to these churches was another factor of the view of the panorama that “seven churches” showed us today about the history of the church and the period. There is a lot of debate about the theological interests of “seven churches” but the fact is fixed, the Lord divinely chose this seven typically for all Vase Churches in the area.
In this paper I plan to show a comparison of each church letter, from every registered church, to match the vision of the church named. All biblical names are very important. In God’s plan if someone’s name is no longer in accordance with his journey, God named him like in Abram to Abraham. Abram means “an elevated father” but Abraham means “father of many people”.
God knows Abraham will represent more than just * a father’s breathrastous brother but he will become * History’s father. The purpose of this illustration is to show what is in the most important name when it comes to the Bible. There are many stories where people from the names of the Bible and what their names are intended, and they always match the verses they will command them to change them to fit the plans and goals of the gods.
For starters, the letter aimed at the first is the Esphatesus Church. The word espesus means the first love of the early church. The Esphatesus Church represents a period of time from Pentecost to around 100 M. This is the main development period of the history of the Church where we know today.
Before seeing the period where he represents I feel you must first see the church itself. Esphatesus is the fourth largest city in the Empire when Paul visited the city and taught the people of Christ. It is connected by the highway to all trade routes important. Even the Roman governor lives in this city because it is ideally located for the sea port. City Temple presents Asia as a bank. The wealth of this city shows the attraction of tourists visiting legendary temples.
But the problem in this city is despite meeting the needs of both the profit and pride of the people, it fails in the release of the deepest needs of the population. The city was filled with magic and magic. Paul traveled and visited the city and taught people the true meaning of the relationship and the church as a living organism. This is the beginning and early from the early church which is seen as a real and lively church body. Their love grows for God like the Church, while institutional religion becomes a big success in Esphatesus
When looking into the history of the early church, corrupt people in their way and think before knowledge is given to them in Esphatesus. As soon as the church in this city began to grow, grow from their love to Christ. They are loyal to God and they no longer tolerate crime. Even when they underwent a lot of trouble, they didn’t get tired.