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Exodus 32:1-20
Worshiping God on His Terms: We can learn from Israel's negative example that worshiping God on our terms doesn't work. When we withhold obedience, or add our own ideas, we are worshiping on our terms, and are in danger of raising up our own golden calf.
Matthew 25:31-46
Understanding Our Kingdom Role: In the series of warnings about watchfulness in Matthew 25, Jesus gives a clear outline of the absolute need to be watchful, the consequences of not being watchful, and his plan to exalt the actions of his people on the last day. This study reveals the importance of the Kingdom role his people play.
Matthew 25:14-30
Making the Most of our Opportunities: While the apostle Paul taught us that all Christians must appear before the judgment seat of Christ, it is this parable that tells us, at least in part, the criterion that Jesus will use as he pronounces judgment. This issue is not saving faith, since all Christians are saved, but rather how we responded to Christ's love in our lives.
2 Thessalonians 3:6-18
Dealing with Disruptive Disciples: What do you do when people who genuinely love the Lord cause trouble in your congregation? That is the issue Paul confronts in Thessalonica. His response helps us understand the importance of responding firmly, yet lovingly in such situations.
2 Thessalonians 2:13-3:5
Standing Firm in Your Calling: In the first part of chapter two, Paul spoke of those who refused to love the truth. In these verses, he reminds the Thessalonians that they are not like that, and shares with them, and us, how to walk steadfastly in the calling we have been given.
2 Thessalonians 2:1-12
Keeping Your Head Through Stressful Reports: In this life, we will have troubles, however, they do not need to overcome us. When Paul shares this message with the Thessalonians, we learn much about his view of the end times, and how we can stay stress free in our day and age.
2 Thessalonians 1:1-12
Paying the Price of the Kingdom: As Paul begins this second letter to the Thessalonians, he reminds us that it is a sign of God's life in us when we are able to overcome trouble and press through persecution. These are the price of Kingdom power and life.
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