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If I Were Told the Future - Test 29

Summary of the Seven Letters

In order to check your understanding and your progress in the study of the Word of God, we invite you to fill out this short test and return it to us. The correct answers will be sent back to you as soon as possible.

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If I Were Told the Future: Test for Lesson 29

  1. In the book of Revelation, Jesus addresses letters to seven churches. Which one of these churches symbolizes, in a prophetic way, the period described as «The Compromising Church»?
    Pergamos.
    Thyatira.
    Sardis.
    Laodicea.

  2. In the letter to the church of Laodicea, found in the book of Revelation, Jesus is portrayed as follows, «These things said the Amen, the Faithful and True Witness.» This description reflects the specific need of the Church symbolized by Laodicea. What is that need?
    The Church must face trial, even if it must die for Jesus.
    The Church must return to the Bible.
    The Church must go out of darkness and come back to light.
    The Church must acknowledge that a new world will soon begin.

  3. Usually, in His letters to the seven churches, Jesus mentions the positive points of the church. Among the following churches, please indicate those that receive no positive comment from Jesus (check off all the right answers):
    Pergamos.
    Thyatira.
    Sardis.
    Laodicea.

  4. Usually, in His letters to the seven churches, Jesus mentions the negative points of the church. Among the following churches, please indicate those that receive no reproach from Jesus (check off all the right answers):
    Ephesus.
    Smyrna.
    Sardis.
    Philadelphia.

  5. Jesus makes the following promise to him who overcomes, in one of the letters to the seven churches, in the book of Revelation: «He that overcomes, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the Book of Life, but I will confess his name before My Father, and before His angels.» Which church is it?
    Smyrna.
    Thyatira.
    Sardis.
    Laodicea.

  6. The letters to the seven church, found in the book of Revelation, present an interesting correlation. Which theme is common to both the letter to the church of Pergamos and the letter to the church of Sardis?
    Ardor gives way to lukewarmness.
    Living faith is threatened.
    Faithfulness through trials.
    Spiritual darkness prevails.

  7. The book of Revelation presents a mirrorlike organization, in which its historical part (first part of the book) corresponds to its eschatological part (second part of the book). In this mirrorlike organization, which section of Revelation perfectly correlates with the letters to the seven churches?
    The reward of the churches, gathered and at peace.
    The judgment of the seven bowls of God’s wrath.
    The downfall of the impure woman and her daughters.
    The enthronement of Jesus’ risen people.

  8. By looking more closely at the seven letters, we continue to find many more amazing messages. For example, from one letter to another, a particular event is announced with progression. What is that event?
    The signing, by political leaders, of a worldwide peace treaty.
    The union of all religions through ecumenism.
    A worldwide nuclear war.
    The glorious return of Jesus.

  9. By looking more closely at the seven letters, we find that Jesus’ promises restore what had been lost in Eden. So, the access to the tree of life, promised to him who overcomes in the church of Ephesus, will put an end to:
    the definitive effect of sin.
    the supreme effect of sin.
    the immediate effect of sin.
    the continuous effect of sin.

  10. Finally, the letters to the seven churches reveal seven spiritual states a Christian can experience during his life, and then give us the best advice and encouragement for each situation. Which letter tells us that we must not be self-satisfied with our spiritual state, and rather invites us to better and better prepare ourselves for the return of Jesus?
    The letter to the church of Thyatira.
    The letter to the church of Sardis.
    The letter to the church of Philadelphia.
    The letter to the church of Laodicea.

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