A study in 1 Thessalonians by Lasserre Bradley, Jr.
The first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians, being the earliest of any of his epistles, seems more practical, and less intensely doctrinal, than most of his later epistles. This, apparently, is because the churches were still new, and still believed on Christ in simplicity and truth.
No greater evaluation of our success as Christians, and as a church, could be found than that with which Paul hails the church at Thessalonica (1:4-8).
It is remarkable that such a new church, with such simple beliefs and little theological learning, should make such an enormous evangelistic impact on the surrounding area.
Can not — should not — we learn a lesson from their simple faith and their righteous zeal? Join Lasserre Bradley, Jr. as he unpacks what true gospel impact looks like, and let its power transform your life as well.
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