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Religious Churches in Turkey

Church Of Smyrna

'The first and the last,
who once died but
became to life, says
this : "I know your
tribulation and poverty,
but you are rich.
I know the
slander of those
who claim to be
Jews and are not, but rather
are members of the
assembly of Satan.
Do not be afraid
of anything that you
are going to suffer.
Indeed, the devil
will throw some of
you into prison,
that you may be tested,
and you will face an
ordeal for ten days.
Remain faithful until,....
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Church of Thyatira

'The Son of God, whose
eyes are like a fiery
flame and whose feet
are like polished brass,
says this " I know your
works, your love, faith,
service, and endurance,
and that your last
works are greater
than the first. Yet I
hold this against you,
that you tolerate
the woman Jezebel,
who calls herself a
prophetess, who
teaches and
misleads my servants
to play the
harlot and to eat
food sacrificed to idols.
I have given her time
to repent,
but she refuses....
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Church of Sardis

The one who has the seven
spirits of God and the
seven stars says this:
'I know your works,
that you have the reputation
of being alive, but
you are dead. Be watchful
and strengthen what is left,
which is going to die,
for I have not found
your works
completely in the
sight of my God. Remember
then how you accepted
and heard; keep it,
and repent......
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Church of Philadelphia

''The holy one, the true,
who holds the key of
David, who opens
and no one shall close,
who closes and
no one shall open, says
this: "I know your works
(behold, I have left
an open door before you,
which no one can close).
You have limited
strength, and yet you
have kept my word
and have not denied
my name. Behold, I will
make those of the
assembly of Satan who
claim to be Jews and are..
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Church of Pergamum

The one with the sharp
two-edged sword says
this : 'I know that you
live where Satan's throne is,
and yet you hold fast to
my name and have not
denied your faith in me,
not even in the days
of Antipas, my
faithful witness, who was
martyred among you,
where Satan lives. yet
I have a few things against
you. you have some
people there who
hold to the teaching..
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Church of Laodicea

'The Amen, the faithful
and true witness, the
source of God's creation
says this: "I know that
you are neither cold
nor hot. I wish you were
either cold or hot.
So, because you are
lukewarm, neither hot or
cold, I will spit you out
of my mouth. for you
say, 'I am rich and
affluent and have no
need of anything,' and
yet do not realize that
you are wretched,
pitiable, poor, blind,
and naked..
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 Church Of Ephesus

'The one who holds the seven stars in his right and walks in the midst
of the seven gold lampstands says this : " I know your works, your
labor, and you endurance, and that you cannot tolerate the wicked;
you have tested those who call themselves apostles but are not,
and discovered that they are imposters.
Moreover, you have endurance and have suffered for my name, and you have not grown weary. Yet
I hold this against you: you have lost the love you had at first. Realize how far you have fallen. Repent, and do the works you did at first. Otherwise, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent. But you have this in your favor: you hate
the works of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate."
"Whoever has ears ought to hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the victor I will give the right to eat from the tree of life that is in the garden of God.
(Rv 2:1-7)
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St. Paul
, the great Christian missionary, was born perhaps in 10 CE, in the Cilician city of Tarsus. His family was Jewish and from them he inherited Roman citizenship. St. Paul was privileged to have been born a Roman citizen at a time when it was not yet a universal right for people in the empire. At the time of St. Paul's ancestors, one way of attaining to Roman citizenship was serving in the Roman army for twenty-five years. However, because of sabbath and Mosaic food prescriptions this profession would not have been normally possible for a Jew. The second way by which Roman citizenship could be gained was slavery. A remote ancestor of St. Paul, after obtaining this citizenship, seems to have returned to his native city Tarsus and reestablished the family business. Neither Acts nor his letters give enough information about St. Paul's ancestors or parents. He is known to have had a married sister in Jerusalem and a nephew (Acts 23: 16). From one of his letters we learn that....  (Rom 16:7, 11, 21).....                   for more