Sermons on 1 Thessalonians 1 More sermons: 1 Thessalonians 1
It's Not ALL Bad!
Shared by: Stephen Belokur on Sep, 2016
Summary: Sometimes when we look at certain Bible passages we get the feeling that only suffering and persecution awaits the true believer in Jesus. Nothing could be further from the truth! Even in the midst of trials we can have joy and peace and hope! PTL!!
We need to commend ourselves more often.
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Oct, 2014
Summary: Do we deserve God's commendation for our services to him. Well based on Paul's converts at Thessalonica, I would say we do, because we love to serve the Lord in an age where it is unpopular and irrelevant, and to think of others before our ourselves.
Shared by: Mark Opperman on Dec, 2012
Summary: As we look at qualities in the Thessalonian church and in the lives of Paul and his companions, we can see what it looks like when people are spiritually alive. I’d like to look at chapter 1 in this light. We can identify several vital signs that should b
Reflect His Image!
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Sep, 2012
Summary: The premise of our subject today comes from 1 Thessalonians 1:6 were Paul commends the church in Thessalonica for being imitators of Jesus. They are such great role models for other Christians and churches to follow that their devotion and mirror image of
The Exemplary Church
Shared by: John D Jones on Jun, 2010
Summary: When we evaluate any church, we are actually evaluating the individuals who make up that church. We have heard it said numerous times, the local church is only as strong as its members. It is only as faithful as its members. The most revealing question fo
A True Work of God
Shared by: Ken McKinley on Jan, 2010
Summary: The first in a short series on 1st Thessalonians. This introductory sermon gives some background into the purpose of the epistle and talks about the true work of God in the Thessalonian Christians lives.
Series: How are you Thessalonia?
Christianity's Next Top Model
Shared by: Scott Kircher on Sep, 2009
Summary: Looks at what Paul tells the Thessalonians they are modeling and sees how we can apply that to our lives to be the model Christ wants us to be.