Seven Letters to Seven Churches-Ephesus Part 10

We may walk away, but God never does from His people.

Daniel

Truth in Palmyra

Revelation 2:1-7

“Nevertheless I have somewhat against thee, because thou hast left thy first love.” Revelation 2:4

Part 10. Wow. I hope readers don’t mind us really taking our time and poking around a bit. Actually, it really doesn’t matter, as that is what I am going to do anyway! Writing blog posts is as much for me as for readers; it is my way of studying. We might say, my blog posts are my study notes. So, part 10 it is.

So, here we are again. Ephesus: hard-working, doctrinally pure, yet they have left their “first love.”

Today, we are going to just poke around very briefly in the language of our verse and talk about the significance of some of it. I have said before, and I will say again; I am not a Greek scholar and have never studied it as a subject. That is great if…

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  1. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. What on earth are you doing up at this time of the morning? I see you liking my comment LOL.

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    • Too tired to sleep. My notifications started going crazy, so I checked them. Trying sleep again in a few minutes.
      Also, ditto?!

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      • Aw man, I’m sorry to hear that. In my case, I am up because I work nights. I’m up this time of night at least 4 nights a week!

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      • Yeah. I know. This is fun, though. After tearing out flooring in another room all day, I will probably get rest before Church on Sunday …

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      • That’s a good plan. I work Saturday nights so I don’t get to be rested for Sunday as I would like but off Sundays so it’s cool.

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