The Lord’s Faithfulness

Generally speaking, faithfulness is hard to find. But there is One Who is faithful and will never be anything other than that. He always keeps His Word and never turns His back on those He is in a relationship with. He is faithful in all things at all times.

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Growing In Faith – Part 1

Once you lead someone to Christ you must teach them how to stand spiritually against their own flesh, the world, and the Tempter. Paul felt that godly responsibility with all of the churches he established. In this message we continue our study in the book of Thessalonians by looking at chapter 3 and how we […]

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One has written that faith seems to flourish in times of persecution & falters in times of prosperity. If you have studied church history then you understand that statement. It is a well-known fact that in the areas of the world where the flames of Christian persecution blaze the hottest, that is where you find […]

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One has written that faith seems to flourish in times of persecution & falters in times of prosperity. If you have studied church history then you understand that statement. It is a well-known fact that in the areas of the world where the flames of Christian persecution blaze the hottest, that is where you find […]

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Serving Successfully

Last week in chapter 1 we learned what a contagious faith looks like and how it impacts the people it comes in contact with. And once you’re saved GOD wants you to put your faith to work by serving Him. In the first 12 verses of chapter 2, Paul defended his integrity against the criticisms of […]

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Contagious Christianity

In this message we continue our series “Waiting For The Son” by looking at Thessalonians 1. In this chapter Paul gives a comprehensive portrayal of the Thessalonian church and in doing so he will paint a portrait for us of a contagious Christian.

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The two letters to the Thessalonian Church were written to real believers who were facing real troubles in a world that was growing hostile toward the Christian faith. The city of Thessalonica was wealthy; yet, had a high rate of crime. Children were discarded at will [cast out into the streets] much like our abortion […]

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