So that He may establish your hearts blameless in holiness before our God and Father at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all His saints.
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The Apostle Paul continued his letter to the church in Thessalonica by being encouraged that his aid, Timothy, who was sent to encourage the new church, had returned and in turn had...
If Christians were excited about the return of Jesus Christ way back in Paul's time, then Christians in our day should be even more excited because we are far closer to His arrival.
What is the best version of the Bible? Which version should I use?
Should we believe the Genesis account concerning the Creation since scientists have "proven" that the universe is billions of years old?
Is it really necessary to study the Old Testament?
Does archaeology prove that the Bible is God's Word? Do changed lives prove that the Bible is indeed God's Word?
If our Bibles today are copies of copies of copies of copies, are they therefore full of all kinds of typos and errors?
Can we point to prophecy as absolute evidence that the Bible is indeed the Word of God?
How can we be certain that the Bible is the inspired Word of God?
We learn from this passage that many Thessalonians took the Gospel to heart, and others did not, and some rather quite violently.
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.