October 25, 2015 – Morning Worship

MondayI Thessalonians 2 (esp. vss. 1–6a); I Kings 22:1–40

In 1 Thessalonians 2, what is Paul claiming about his ministry? Why? How does this apply to you?

TuesdayMatthew 12:22–32; 10:16–25; Acts 21:27–36; Exodus 17:1–7

Those who oppose the gospel, the word of God, and His messengers, love to slander, misconstrue, and falsely accuse both the gospel and those who believe it—and especially those who preach it. Why do you think? What can we learn here?

WednesdayJeremiah 23; Acts 20:17–38

What are the differences between the ministries of the false prophets and the Apostle Paul? What’s the lesson for the church of Christ today?

ThursdayI Thessalonians 2:1–6a; 1:5–6; I Samuel 12:1–5; Acts 26

Paul is defending his ministry against the attacks of those who oppose him. What do you think they are saying about him? What is his response in I Thessalonians 2:1–6a? What’s the application for you?

FridayI Thessalonians 2:2; Luke 12:49–53; Acts 16:16–24; Jeremiah 26

How does Paul’s preaching in the midst of division, conflict and persecution show the authenticity of his ministry? What’s the lesson here for us?

SaturdayI Thessalonians 2:2; Exodus 3:9–12; Psalm 139:1–12; Ezekiel 2:1–7; Acts 5:17–33, 40–42

With all the persecution and conflict, why did Paul and his companions continue to preach? How does this apply to us?