In light of the last days that we live in, our practical, everyday decisions matter. We must not give in to the culture of apathy around us but work hard for the glory of the Lord while there is opportunity.
2 Thessalonians 3:6-18
There’s been a lot of conversations lately about safety. I think it’s obvious that safety is a top
concern for most human beings, and in some ways understandably so. Life is valuable, being
wise and diligent to protect and preserve it within itself is not a bad thing. But as Christians, we
should ask ourselves, “what is true safety in this life?”
As God’s prophetic plan unfolds in the world, the Christian has a day of hope and desire ahead of them when Christ appears to gather His church. But another day looms for those who reject the gospel. Knowing that we have hope in Christ, we must carry that hope to as many as we can here and now.
2 Thessalonians 2:1-4
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