Can the lost really understand reality? Is there reality without truth? We will examine 3 critical relationships between God and man that will help answer these questions.
Christians are to Believe , Guard, Practice and share the truth. The Thessalonian church was faithful, but we will look at some ways that our God is faithful.
Why did God choose Mary to be the mother of Jesus? What kind of woman and mother was she?
Paul moves from prophecy to practical Christian living.
The Thessalonian believers were told they were in the tribulation period by false teachers, they weren't. Paul explains what must occur before the Day of the LORD comes and points…
Rebellion was spreading against John the Baptist and Jesus, but Jesus offered salvation to any who would come to Him in faith believing.
We will examine the significance of Christ being crucified between two thieves. There is much to glean from these passages.
Was the Triumphal entry into Jerusalem a time of triumph or tragedy?
The "Cargo Cult" and prayer. What is the real essence of prayer?
Life for the dedicated Christian is not easy. We are often faced with trials and afflictions. How do we deal with the hardships?
A few months after writing 1 Thessalonians, Paul sends a second letter to correct the teachings of the false teachers and to encourage the saints.
We are saved by grace through faith. We are also supposed to live by faith and not by sight.
We are trapped in these decaying vessels of clay, but one day we will be set free when we receive our glorified bodies and our redemption is complete.
Being thankful seems to be a lost art. Paul reminds us to always be thankful. He expounds on the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives.