We learn from this passage that many Thessalonians took the Gospel to heart, and others did not, and some rather quite violently.
Was today's technology foretold in the Bible? Explore eight of the prophecies that foretold today's technology on this episode of...Read More
There are two kinds of myths that exist today regarding the Jewish people and their state of Israel.Read More
Walk in purity, walk in love, and walk in obedience to the Word of God. Practice these three and you'll be walking spiritually worthy lives according to God.
This section of the Apostle Paul's letter to the church in Thessalonica shows especially how much Paul loved these people. And, there's a reason for it.
We have been teaching through the biblical prophetic book of 1 Thessalonians in a verse-by-verse study. We will now enter into chapter two.
We are now going to encounter our very first verse in the book of 1 Thessalonians that deals with the message that Jesus Christ is coming back soon.
Wow, another power-packed passage! It talks about the church's faithful witness in their community and beyond. They were the light of God that was shining forth. That's the only way to live...
When you are saved you are considered by God to be elect. You have chosen to surrender your life to Jesus Christ because the Holy Spirit has moved you towards belief and repentance.
Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
Let's pick up where Part 1 left off and debunk three more criticisms that are being aimed at the concept of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture.
Let's consider for a moment some of the criticisms that are being aimed at the concept of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture.
The Theory of Evolution is on the ropes, and its advocates are scurrying around like mad trying to find an alternative theory.
I had to learn how to trust God the hard way — through experience.
Faith doesn't happen overnight. It grows as you learn to lean on the Lord.
The elevation of Mary to deity is blasphemy. But it is also not proper to ignore her.
My most meaningful Christmas actually centered on a tragedy. It was 1984 and I was 11 years old. That was the Christmas when my paternal grandfather died.