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Unexpected Circumstances & Unanticipated Consequences
1 Thessalonians 2:14-20
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Sunday Morning Service,  June 12, 2022

Will obeying and believing the gospel automatically lead to a life of ease without any difficulties? At times the gospel has been presented in this manner. However, Paul is going to remind us that Christians will encounter unexpected circumstances and unanticipated consequences at times, but God is at work in them for our good and his glory.

Giving and Receiving the Word - Part 2
1 Thessalonians 2:6-12
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Sunday Morning Service,  June 5, 2022

As Paul continues to defend his ministry to the Thessalonians, he gives us a unique picture of the appropriate way to give and to receive the Word of God. In a day and age when relative truth has replaced the absolute truth of the Word of God, it is critically important we share the gospel of God with people. Paul is going to beautifully illustrate in this passage that it is not only important what we tell people, but how we do it.

Giving and Receiving the Word - Part 1
1 Thessalonians 2:6-12
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Sunday Morning Service,  May 22, 2022

As Paul continues to defend his ministry to the Thessalonians, he gives us a unique picture of the appropriate way to give and to receive the Word of God. In a day and age when relative truth has replaced the absolute truth of the Word of God, it is critically important we share the gospel of God with people. Paul is going to beautifully illustrate in this passage that it is not only important what we tell people, but how we do it.

God-Pleasing Ministry
1 Thessalonians 2:1-6
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Sunday Morning Service,  May 15, 2022

In chapter two of 1 Thessalonians, Paul moves from evidences of the power of the gospel in the lives of the Thessalonians to a defense of his ministry among them and the characteristics of a ministry that pleases God. This passage gives us a unique look at the ministry heart of the Apostle Paul and its importance in pleasing, glorifying and honoring God.