Versículo de la BibliaJesús le dijo: —Yo soy el camino, la verdad y la vida; nadie viene al Padre sino por mí.
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Category Archives: 1 Thessalonians
The rapture of the church initiates the beginning of the Day of the Lord. In Thessalonians 5:1-11 Paul focuses on what will happen on the Day of the Lord. This happens during the period that Scripture calls the “Great Tribulation” on this earth (Revelation 6-18) and culminates with the Coming of the Lord in Glory […]
We have a future hope. But the best part of this is that our future hope is the Lord coming back for us and how we will be part of the gathering of all believers of all time (whether we are here or not). We will partake of the resurrection from the dead when our […]
Encouraged by the Faith of others In 1 Thessalonians 2:7 we find that Paul is encouraged by this good news of the Thessalonians faith. “For this reason, brothers, in all our distress and affliction we have been comforted about you through your faith.” (ESV) Paul was encouraged, by the faith of his brothers and sisters […]
In 1 Thessalonians 1:5-6, Paul shared with the Thessalonian church that he did not have unworthy motives when he and his team went to them and started the church. He did not have any unworthy motives of the Gospel of Christ. These are applicable not only to those who serve in some form of Christian […]
Three ways that show you are elected by God There are three ways that the Thessalonians showed that they had been elected by God to be His. These are the characteristics are true in any person that calls himself or herself a follower of Christ. As you read them think of how true they are […]
Paul (along with Silvanus and Timothy) in 1 Thessalonians 1 prays without ceasing “before God” for the virtues that believers in Thessalonica had shown when they converted to Christ. Paul mentions for the first time in his writings (this letter was one of the first) the three cardinal virtues of a convert or christian.Let’s ask […]
1 Thessalonians is a book written by the Apostle Paul. It is short, only five chapters long. It offers so much instructions to us believers. Three years ago I wrote reflections on each chapter. I encourage you to read it and let the Lord speak to you. Chapter 1 Chapter 2 – A Humble Man of […]
Here is the audio recording for Acts 17:1-15 – taught during our Sunday School hour at Village Bible Church. Turning the World Right Side Up – Acts 17:1-15 Material is copyright by eigaldamez. Permission is given to re-post or reproduce without editing the content. Disclaimer: The contents of all personal web pages and blogs published […]
Many Christians ask what God’s will is for their life. They believe God has a specific, detailed plan for the life. They focus all their attention on trying to find out what it is, that they forget what God’s has already revealed to us as his will. In the Bible, you don’t find Christians trying […]
No one likes suffering. I certainly don’t. Yet everyone suffers to some degree. We are all part of what we Christians call fallen humanity and a fallen world. Much of the suffering we experience is a result of the consequences brought about from sin, a broken, imperfect world. Suffering isn’t normal. It is the result […]