Today, there are more people living longer than at any other time in history. In fact, baby boomers will number 78 million by 2030. "This generation, associated with social change including the civil rights and anti-war movements in the 1960s, has another important cause ”staying healthy," says soon-to-be 65-year-old Arthur Hayward, MD, a geriatrician and clinical lead physician for Kaiser Permanente.
Dr. Hayward recommends these 10 easy health tips for seniors to help baby boomers live longer and thrive:
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Guidance for Older Adults at Higher Risk
The symbolic chronological purpose or identification of the seven churches, with their respective characteristics, serve as a prophetical preview of the seven great periods in Christendom from Pentecost to the Rapture. The symbolic suggested outline for this predictive panorama may be seen as follows:
1. Ephesus (A.D. 30-300) – Its name means “Desirable” and it was known as the Apostolic Church.
2. Smyrna (A.D. 100-313) – Its name means “Myrrh” and it was known as the Martyr Church.
3. Pergamos (314-590) – Its name means “Marriage” and it was known as the Compromising Church.
4. Thyatira (590-1517) – Its name means “Continual Sacrifice” and it was known as the Roman Catholic Church.
5. Sardis (1517-1700) – Its name means “Remnant” and it was known as the Reformation Church.
6. Philadelphia (1700-1900) – Its name means “Brotherly Love” and it was known as the Revival Church.
7. Laodicea (1900-rapture) – Its name means “People’s Rights” and it was known as the Worldly Church.
As you consider the nature of each of the seven churches and their assigned period within Christendom you should be able to see more clearly the cyclical nature of the church and its relationship with the Lord Thy God.