Seven Letters of Revelation Bible Study

Ask most Bible scholars how many letters are in the New Testament and they will properly answer twenty one – thirteen written by Paul; seven by Peter, James, John and Jude and Hebrews which is anonymous. The seven letters which form the opening of the Book of Revelation are not normally included. Yet these letters, authored by Jesus himself, must be important and worthy of careful consideration. Threesixteen are now planning a unique adventure which will explore the Seven letters of Revelation and develop a unique online Bible study.

Threesixteen are now preparing a mountain biking expedition and researching a series of Bible studies which will explore the seven letters of Revelation (Revelation 2-3) and examine Jesus words. Through video, photography and documentary film making we will take an adventurous look at what Jesus said to the churches at Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea and consider what it means for us today. The multimedia Bible study will form part of Threesixteen’s m-Bible study series (mobile-Bible studies) which will be available to download to a computer, laptop, tablet or Smartphone. Threesixteen believe that the production of engaging and adventurous documentaries, the development of supporting mobile-Bible studies and promotion through social media and the internet provide a new and exciting opportunity to engage new audiences and creatively communicate the Christian message.

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For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so whoever believes shall not perish but have eternal life.

John 3:16

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