Studies in Revelation - The Seven Churches - Study Notes
This series is approximately 44-hours long. The study notes have 187 pages.
Study Revelation chapters 1-3 with meticulous detail. You will thrill as you discern deep spiritual lessons for today from the history of the Christian church as described in the symbols found in the letters of John to the seven churches.
You will see how the experiences, problems, and victories those local churches in Asia Minor went through describe conditions and events that would happen in seven great periods of church history, and also how individual churches and church members may find counsel that applies to today''s generation from all of the seven churches.
As Pastor Bohr examines every church, we see that sometimes they overlap in time, but have distinct, separate, major events that set them apart.
The thrilling insights gained in this series unravel major events that happened during periods of church history, such as the rise of a compromising church, the flight of the persecuted "wilderness church", the unrest during the French Revolution and the beginning of the investigative judgment. We learn the history of the open and shut door as Jesus entered the Most Holy Place in 1844 and how "the synagogue of satan" refused to follow Christ there.
Examine how God wants the Laodicean church of today to wake up, open the earthly temple door of the heart and return to the experience of the Philadelphian and Ephesian churches in its fervor, witness and love for the Lord. Finally, we study the remedies provided for the Laodicean, Pharisaical, outwardly hot, but inwardly cold, "fig tree" church of today, and we take warning that Christ is ready to "spit" those members out who do not take their profession seriously and prepare for the troubling times ahead.
All this and much more is in this important series prepared for those who long to discover detailed insights and gems hidden below the surface. This is the first part of an ongoing series on the book of Revelation.
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