1 Thessalonians 2:7-13

Paul reminds the believers in Thessalonica of his love for them. He did not receive any offering from them, even though he had a right to; instead he worked at a day job to pay his own way, and delivered the Word of God to them at no charge.

1 Thessalonians 2:1-7

Paul described his ministry to the Thessalonians, even in spite of strong opposition. And he did not use gimmicks or flattery, but told them the truth of the Word.

1 Thessalonians 1:5-10

The believers in Thessalonica were examples of true faith, not in the midst of comfort, but in the midst of severe suffering!

1 Thessalonians 1:4-6

Paul shows how the Gospel came with power to the people in Thessalonica. As the Gospel is proclaimed, the Spirit of God works in hearts of hearers to enable them to believe unto salvation.

1 Thessalonians 1:2-3

Paul gave thanks to God; he was grateful for the young church at Thessalonica, in ancient Greece, because they had stood firm under severe testing and persecution. They had three essentials: faith, hope, and love.

1 Thessalonians 1:1

An Introduction to Paul's first letter to the early church at Thessalonica in ancient Greece. He gives some background of the city and the formation of the church there, one of Paul's first churches.

Isaiah 65:3-66:24

Isaiah finishes much the same as the way Revelation finishes… with judgment, salvation, final hope, the coming kingdom, and the new Heaven and new Earth.

Isaiah 64:1-65:2

The people pray to God in prayer and praise. Isaiah describes Creator God as the only One who is qualified to administer righteous rule and judgment. "You are the potter; we are the clay."

Isaiah 63:1-19

Isaiah predicts the Day of God's terrible vengeance on the unbelieving world. A perfect and righteous God MUST judge evil and maintain righteousness.

Isaiah 61:2-62:12

Proclaiming "the year of the Lord's favor"… when Jesus would come to Israel, pay for sin, and deliver sinners from the power and the penalty of sin. Then, we will see a future glory when Christ returns to Zion to reclaim the Kingdom and set things right.

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