Rev 1:11 says, “Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: to Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.” Read these letters as if they were written to each of us personally. As if they were written to our family. As if they were written to our group. As if they were written to our church. As if they were written to our denomination. As if they were written to the world wide church.
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The Study / Discussion Topics section of this ebook encourages participants to begin by reviewing the first ebook of this series. Then you will be asked how you would react if / when placed in a situation such as John who wrote the book of Revelation. A series of personal questions will be asked. The personal questions will be repeated in different formats in each of the next three ebooks in this series.
As suggested in the first ebook of this series, give participants the website address from which the ebook can be downloaded and encourage them to read the ebook before the meeting. .
The books in the “Revelation: Transition to New Era” Series currently include:
1. Revelation: Transition to a New Era
2. Letters to the Churches (This ebook)
3. Good Churches
4. Churches: Part Good, Part Bad
5. Bad Churches
6. The Key of David
7. Heavenly Worship And The Sealed Book
8. The Apocalypse: 7 seals Including 4 Horsemen
Other books will be included when they become available.