Loved By God | T.D. Jakes

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Ephesus was a city with marble streets, mosaic sidewalks, a massive temple that was considered one of the wonders of the Greek world, a busy port, a popular athletic arena, one of the finest libraries in the first century, and villas that were filled with artwork, tapestries, silks, and exotic birds and animals. Even today, the coliseum at Ephesus is considered one of the finest performing centers in the world. Caravans from the east routinely ended their journeys at Ephesus, and ships from ports throughout the Mediterranean brought the riches of Egypt, Rome,Greece, Spain, and northern Africa. Anything of natural wealth that a person might desire could be purchased or enjoyed to excess in Ephesus.

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