Gideon Levytam shows that in the letter to the Laodiceans, Jesus the Messiah admonished this proud, lukewarm, professing church, and showed them that they were spiritually wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked. No longer the centre of this local church, He had been placed outside. Therefore, He rebuked the Laodiceans, charging them to open the door of their hearts and to let Him in. The local church of Laodicea represents the apostate church age, 1900-Rapture A.D. Watch the Series: - Introduction (Part One): - Introduction (Part Two): - Overview: - Letter to the Church of Ephesus: - Letter to the Church of Smyrna: - Letter to the Church of Pergamos: - Letter to the Church of Thyatira: - Letter to the Church of Sardis: - Letter to the Church of Philadelphia: - Letter to the Church of Laodicea: - Conclusion: The Holy Scriptures and Israel was founded for the purpose of sharing God’s word with the Jewish people. You can learn more about our ministry at Literature, including Gideon Levytam's book "The Revelation of Jesus - Yeshua the Messiah", can be found at

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