Jesus came preaching the message, “Repent,” that is, “Turn from what you are doing to doing what is right, for the Kingdom of God is at hand.” Paul had a similar message. During his ministry his message was consistent: when you are related to God through faith, you have certain responsibilities. In this study we will learn more about Paul and the message he proclaimed and how he us to live a life worth living.
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Perhaps you are at a point in your life when you want to dig deeper into the Bible. You probably have read at least one of the gospels and possibly the Acts of the Apostles. During your devotional periods you may even have read the rest of the New Testament and possibly some or all of the Old Testament. However, the best way to determine how specific passages in the Bible relate to your life is in a group. While you may assume a particular passage impacts your life only in a certain way, in a group you will be challenged by your friends to consider it from a variety of view points. If you are not already participating in a group study and discussion of the scriptures, you may want to form a group in your home or church or place of work or study. If so, this guide is for you. It provides the basis for a group discussion of Paul’s letters to the church in Thessalonica. Although designed for group study, you may also use this guide for your daily or weekly times of personal meditation and reflection.
There are nine sessions altogether, one for each chapter plus the final chapter in Acts. Included in each session are a minimum of ten questions in order to facilitate reflection and discussion. The first question is usually a general one to encourage everyone to participate. Included is the text of each chapter. The sessions close with a prayer which may be read in unison.