ECT The church of Ephesus in Revelation represents the apostolic church.

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In the book of Revelation 2:1-7, Christ addresses the church in the entire period of the apostolic era under the title of the church in Ephesus.
 

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Early in the history of the church the mystery of iniquity foretold by the apostle Paul began its baleful work; and as the false teachers concerning whom Peter had warned the believers, urged their heresies, many were ensnared by false doctrines. Some faltered under trial and were tempted to give up the faith. At the time when John was given this revelation, many had lost their first love of gospel truth. But in His mercy God did not leave the church to continue in a backslidden state. In a message of infinite tenderness He revealed His love for them and His desire that they should make sure work for eternity. “Remember,” He pleaded, “from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works.”Quote from the book Acts of the Apostles by Ellen White.
 

DAN P

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No way. The apostles did not lose their first love.


Hi jamie and YES they did , in Rev 2:4 !!

What you are not seeing is that the ASSEMBLY at Ephesus HAPPENS in the Great Tribulation and Revelation is a PURGING of the Nation of Israel , PERIOD !!

dan p
 

jamie

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Hi jamie and YES they did , in Rev 2:4 !!

What you are not seeing is that the ASSEMBLY at Ephesus HAPPENS in the Great Tribulation and Revelation is a PURGING of the Nation of Israel , PERIOD !!

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