1 Thessalonians 1:2–7, Part 2
The worship of daily obedience is not at bottom a burdensome giving to God, but a joyful getting from God. That is the true service that God demands.
The Conversion of the Chief of Sinners
When God grants us a ministry, does his leading come to us through internal impulses, external affirmation, or some combination of the two?
Faith nullifies boasting and glorifies grace. Wherever faith looks, it sees grace behind every praiseworthy act. So it cannot boast, except in the Lord.
God will finish the Great Commission, but he won’t do it without his people being sent and sharing Jesus across cultures.
God has wise and holy purposes when he does not answer our prayers as we want. Trust him. He knows what he is doing.
We don’t honor God mainly by trying to do things for him, but by receiving strength, grace, and love from his endless fountain.
1 Thessalonians 1:2–7, Part 1
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The supremacy of God is the theme of redemptive history, our preaching, and of God.
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