1st and 2nd Thessalonians Bible Study
About This Book
Get the security your heart longs to have!
Do you need help navigating through life’s challenges?
Are you longing to know God’s perspective on the various issues of life?
Are you unsure about your future beyond this life?
Get answers to these questions and more from this study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians.
In Perspective, you’ll gain the biblical perspective on:
- Suffering so you can stand firm and press onward regardless of obstacles in your life
- Leadership so you can be a servant-leader to those who look to you
- Death and your life beyond the grave
- The Rapture, Great Tribulation, Antichrist, and Second Coming of Christ
Perspective will help you gain the biblical perspective on who God is, what it means to live your life to please Him, and what He has planned for your future. Then, you will get a security in Him that allows you to rest and enjoy life today. Don’t you want that kind of security?
Don’t wait. Get this Perspective Bible Study and unlock all that God has for you today and in the future.
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What women are saying about this study:
"We're excited about using this study in our Ladies' Bible Study group this fall. Your studies do an excellent job of guiding the participant through an inductive study of the Word." (Bonnie)
The apostle Paul identifies himself as the author of the 2 letters written to the church at Thessalonica.
- His co-worker Timothy reported on conditions in the church. Paul wrote the first letter shortly after he arrived in Corinth about A.D. 51.
- Then, he wrote the second letter within a few months after the first letter.
In the letters, Paul addressed issues in the church and questions people asked.
Over a quarter of 1 Thessalonians and nearly half of 2 Thessalonians deal with problems and issues regarding the end times and the coming of Christ from heaven.
Perspective is an objective assessment of any situation, giving all aspects their comparative importance. This action must be taken whenever you need to make a decision.
With the biblical perspective about God:
- You grow in confidence because you will learn that your self-worth is not derived from any human being but from God.
- You will be able to stand firm and press onward regardless of obstacles in your life.
- You will have assurance of your future with Christ in eternity.
- You will not fear death as those who have no hope.
When we gain a proper perspective of God, ourselves, and the world in which we live, we begin to serve our God with greater enthusiasm and growing freedom. There is then no limit to what can happen as God works in us and through us to impact our world.
Through this Perspective study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians, you will grow in confidence as you learn that your self-worth is not derived from any human being but from God.
You will be able to stand firm and press onward regardless of obstacles in your life.
And, if you like eschatology (prophecy about the end times, especially Jesus’ return), you’ll enjoy this study as well. Over a quarter of 1 Thessalonians and nearly half of 2 Thessalonians deal with problems and issues regarding the coming of Christ from heaven. You will gain perspective about the end times.
Paul reassures us that when a believer dies, you simply go to sleep on earth and wake up in heaven. Believers should not be afraid of death.
And, Jesus declared that He was definitely, positively, you-can-count-on-it-with-certainty coming back to earth to gather all of His followers across the planet. He will gather them to Himself in the clouds. There’s no mistake about it. If Jesus said that was going to happen, it will!
Paul describes in 1 Thessalonians what that will look like if we are still alive when He comes for His own. See my blog series on the biblical perspective on death.
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