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Somewhere Called Thessalonica (2):(Gain through Depth)

September 26th, 2008

“Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy,

To the church of the Thessalonians in God our Father

And the Lord Jesus Christ: Grace to you and peace from

God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ”

(2 Thessalonians 1:1-2)

Introduction: We never get tired of the Christian Greeting– because the greeting concerns the renewal of acquaintance.

I. Review of the Greeting

II. Somewhere called Thessalonica (2)

A. Have you ever re-read a passage from a saved letter or a scripture and said to yourself, I don’t remember seeing this before?

B. Exploring Life Passages (Secularism creates a dependence upon the surface and the superficial; but, the Christian life is about a depth beyond these. Secularism has its own “Life Passages,” but these are not the same as Christian Life passages).

Secular or Christian

1. Re: Authority ___________ ____________

2. Re: Involvement _________ _________

3. Re: Relationship _________ _________

4. Re: Benefits _________ _________

Conclusion: Gain through depth. What Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae cannot provide.

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