4 edition of A Day In Laodicea found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea. Today, we need to do a study on our way to Laodicea. I call it finding the first command or imperative from Christ to each of us in Christ from the MOST important book of the Bible. The First Command in The Book of Romans. For many of us, we have a favorite verse, chapter, and even book; and we most prefer the NT over the OT.
Built on the river Lycus, Laodicea on the Lycus was an ancient city located in the Hellenistic region of Caria and Lydia. Being constantly affected by earthquakes and several other natural disasters, Laodicea on the Lycus is under continuous restoration process and is . The city of Laodicea is in the southwestern part of modern-day Turkey and is mentioned as one of the seven churches of the book of Revelation (Revelation –15). The Council of Laodicea produced sixty rulings, or canons, covering a broad range of topics.
Laodicea, in Phrygia (), was a Hellenistic Period and Roman city which was abandoned after a severe earthquake that damaged its waterways. Later, groups of Sassanids and then Arabs repeatedly plundered the city. Following its abandonment, the city became a stone and lime quarry. Laodicea is mentioned several times in the New Testament, in both Paul’s letter to the Colossians (, –16) and the Book of Revelation, in which it is one of the seven churches in Asia [Minor] to receive the message revealed to John that the “time is near” (Revelation , 11, –22).
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Laodicea was a wealthy city during the Roman period. Not only was Laodicea located on major trade routes that connected it to important cities like Ephesus, Smyrna and Sardis, but also it was a center of textile production and s not surprisingly, the church of Laodicea is noted as being wealthy in the Bible (see Revelation ).
The Book of Revelation was penned during the. Laodicea was a wealthy city in western Turkey that flourished for centuries. Why does the author of the Book of Revelation call the church of Laodicea “lukewarm”—neither hot nor cold.
Recent excavations at the site might provide the answer. Buy the Hardcover Book A Day In Laodicea by Alexander Neil Somerville atCanada's largest bookstore.
Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. This last message is found in Revelation Laodicea was a wealthy, industrious city in the province of Phrygia in the Lycos Valley. The message is from the Lord Jesus Christ via an angel or messenger (likely a reference to the church’s pastor): “To the angel of the church in Laodicea write” (Revelation ).
Amos The prophet pronounces God's judgment. Notice the many parallels to Babylon and Laodicea. Also notice what Jesus says in a parable concerning the time just before His return: "But if that evil servant says in his heart, 'My master is delaying his coming,' and begins to beat his fellow servants, and to eat and drink with the drunkards".
To the Church in Laodicea - “To the angel of A Day In Laodicea book church in Laodicea write: These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other. So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.
You say, ‘I am rich; I have. He was merely indicating that it was profitable (much like any modern-day Bible study aids—commentaries, Bible dictionaries, history books, language tools, encyclopedias). Personally, I lean toward the second view (a non-inspired view). Paul wrote the “epistle from Laodicea,” but not under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Like the epistle. Colossae (the Book of Colossians and probably the Book of Philemon), and Laodicea (written to by Christ Himself in Revelation ). Colossae, Laodicea, and Hierapolis were the target of a devastating earthquake around ADprobably just after Paul wrote to the tri-cities (assuming he was also the author of the lost letter to Laodicea.
Judaizing is what they labled Christians resting on the Sabbath day. At the Coucil of Laodicea, they published as doctrine that the practice of staying at home and resting on the Sabbath was sinful and anathema to Christ.
Satan managed to deceive well intentioned men to. A Laodicean; or, The Castle of the De Stancys. A Story of To-Day is a novel by Thomas Hardy, first published in –81 in Harper's New Monthly Magazine.
The plot exhibits devices uncommon in Hardy's other fiction, such as falsified telegrams and faked photographs. Laodicea (The Catholic Encyclopedia). Lends cultural understanding to life in this accomplished city throughout its history.
Highlights its significance in the intertestamental and New Testament periods. Text only, no photographs. Laodicea (Focus Multimedia). Offers a.
Laodicea is situated on the long spur of a hill between the narrow valleys of the small rivers Asopus and Caprus, which discharge their waters into the town was originally called Diospolis, "City of Zeus", and afterwards Rhodas. Laodicea, the building of which is ascribed to Antiochus II Theos in BC in honor of his wife Laodice, was probably founded on the site of the older town.
The Synod of Laodicea met at that place called Laodicea in Phrygia Pacatiana, now found in modern Turkey. It is agreed by most scholars that the Synod met in the year A.D. Canons Canon 1. It is right, according to the ecclesiastic. In the Book of Revelation John, while he is in captivity at Patmos, is commanded by a heavenly voice to write letters to the seven Asian churches.
To the Church in Laodicea. At the Coucil of Laodicea, they published as doctrine that the practice of staying at home and resting on the Sabbath was sinful and anathema to Christ. Satan managed to deceive well intentioned men to ignore the most important day of all. The day of having God dwell.
In chapter 5 of his book De Viris Illustribus Jerome writes, “Legunt quidam et ad Laodicenses, sed ab omnibus exploditur.” (Certain persons read also an epistle to the Laodiceans, but it is rejected by all.) 2.
To the Church in Laodicea - “To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation.
Today God is calling His people out of their Laodicea condition. This book presents the urgency of responding to this call. You will learn how to let Jesus fully into your life and receive the spiritual insight you must have in these last days by “buying” from God the “eye salve” He offers.
Laodicea (justice of the people), a town in the Roman province of Asia situated in the valley of the Maeander, on a small river called the Lycus, with Colossae and Hierapolis a few miles distant to theor rather rebuilt, by one of the Seleucid monarchs, and named in honor of his wife, Laodicea became under the Roman government a place of some importance.
Age of Laodicea. The Last Days of the final 'church' age are upon us, it matters Who and what we believe. “that day” is fast approaching, so the time is NOW. The Covenants and Promises were made to the children of Jacob. It is one book about the man Adam (by definition), with the Spirit of Elohiym (God) breathed into him, our.
^ a b Council of Laodicea at Retrieved ^ "Synod of Laodicea" Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Second Series, Vol. Philip Schaff and Henry Wace (eds). Buffalo, NY: Christian Literature Publishing Co., ().N.The Church at Laodicea: A Complacent Church - Revelation - 2/21/10 Turn with me this morning to the last book in the Bible, the book of Revelation, chapter 3.
As you’re turning, think about getting ready for church this morning.Laodicea, located at the junction of several important trade routes, is 77 kilometers (48 miles) from Philadelphia (Alasehir) and kilometers (96 miles) from Ephesus.A round trip visit to all the seven churches of Revelation, starting at Laodicea, would be kilometers or miles.
The city, originally named Diospolis ('the city of Jupiter') and then Rhoas, was given the name Laodicea by.