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Archived Bible Study Guides - The Book of

1 Thessalonians



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Survey of the Bible Series: In this series, we take an in-depth look at each book of the Bible in order to better understand the purpose and meaning of the Scripture.

1 Thessalonians - Paul had at least three purposes in mind when he wrote 1 Thessalonians. First, he wanted to encourage the new believers in their faith (1:2-10). Second, he wanted to correct some misinformation that his opponents were spreading (2:1-3:13). Third, he wanted to provide additional instruction and address questions that would aide the Thessalonians in their growth as Christians and new members of the Body of Christ.

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