• Efes

    Ephesus

    Ephesus is commended for their works, but warned to repent of their losing their first love.

  • IZMIR

    SMYRNA

    Smyrna is commended for their tribulation and poverty, and warned of persecution.

  • BERGAMA

    PERGAMAON

    Pergamum is commended for holding fast to the name of Jesus, but warned to repent of tolerating false teaching.

  • SALIHLI

    SARDIS

    Sardis is warned that they have a reputation of being alive, but are dead, and to repent and strengthen what remains.

  • ALASEHIR

    PHILADELPHIA

    Philadelphia is commended for keeping Jesus' word, and promised that Jesus will keep them from the hour of trial.

  • DENIZLI

    LAODIKEIA

    Laodicea is warned that they are lukewarm, and to repent and be zealous.

  • AKHISAR

    THYATERİA

    Thyatira is commended for their works, love, service, faith, and patience, but warned to repent of tolerating false teaching.

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The seven churches of Asia mentioned in the Book of Revelation (Revelation 1:11) are Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea. These churches were located in the Roman province of Asia, which is modern-day western Turkey. Each of the seven letters addressed to the churches in Revelation 2-3 contains a message of instruction, encouragement, or reprimand from Jesus Christ to the individual churches. The letters also contain specific promises to the individuals who overcome certain trials or remain faithful.

Ephesus

History of Ephesus

Smyrna

History of Simyrna

Pergamaon

History of Pergamaon

Sardis

History of Sardis

Philadelphia

History of Philadelphia

Laodikeia

History of Laodikeia

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