12 Days of Christmas Trivia Contest – Day #7

There are only a few more days to get your Christmas shopping done! But that also means 5 more chances to score points towards the big prize: the downloadable Jesus’ Family Tree big book!
For those of your joining us for the first time, for the next 5 days (up till Christmas) we’ll be posting one trivia question per day related to our 12 days of Christmas devotion! The prize? Our bestselling genealogy book, Jesus Family Tree ($26.99 value!) One winner will receive a PDF of our beloved big book and two runners up will get the PDF pamphlet 100 Prophecies of Jesus! Click here for Contest Rules.

Seventh Day of Christmas: 7 Churches of Revelation

The book of Revelation contains seven letters from Jesus to churches in seven important cities in the Roman province of Asia Minor (modern Turkey). In these letters, after a brief but significant description of himself, Jesus addresses the spiritual condition of each church: as appropriate, he praises, challenges, and symbolically makes a promise to each.

Comfort in Persecution and a Message of Triumph

7 Churches of RevelationJesus said, “If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also” (John 15:20). What a puzzling thing to say to his confused and grieving disciples. However, Jesus’ point was that God was not abandoning the disciples in their coming sufferings. He promised to be with them, to send the Comforter, the Advocate, the Holy Spirit:

“All this I have told you so that you will not fall away” (John 16:1).

As today, the church in the times of the apostles experienced suffering, persecution, and hatred from some people around them. At the end of the first century, at the time when the book of Revelation was likely written, Christians were experiencing different kinds of persecution.
The book of Revelation as a whole was written to give assurance and comfort to suffering and persecuted believers. This theme is crucial in each of the letters to the church. However, each letter assures Christians of the ultimate victory of God and God’s people over the powers of evil and death. Jesus’ victory over the powers of evil and death is the first decisive step. Christians can claim this victory by being faithful in their devotion to Christ and faithful witnesses of the good news in the world.
How does Jesus’ victory bring comfort to suffering Christians today?

Trivia Question

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The Seven Churches of Revelation Pamphlet

Enjoy having an easy-to-understand overview on the seven churches in Revelation!
Packed with quick-reference charts, simple summaries, and a full-color map, this quick-reference pamphlet explains Jesus’ message to each of the seven churches and shows key information at a glance! Perfect for personal use, small groups, or to add depth to any Revelation Bible study.
The book of Revelation contains seven letters from Jesus to 7 churches in Asia Minor. In these letters, Jesus addresses the spiritual health of each church—He praised, encouraged, challenged, and warned each church so that they may be faithful to the end. As Christians today, it is important that we too check the spiritual health of our walk with God as we continue to wait for the coming of our Lord Jesus.



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