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Tuesday: Timothy’s Substitute Visit (1 Thess. 3:1-5) — 4 Comments

  1. I agree with you Junlie. Moreso, if we can't make it, we should send a representative whom we know can effectively stand in for us instead of disappointing completely HIS Flock.

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  2. Satan uses seduction and deceit to gain control of the human race, but there are those who don't fall for satan's deceptions thus persecution. Persecution is only for those who reject satan's deception and insist on obeying what the Bible teaches. If I am a Christian who is ignorant of the truth and follows the false teachings of the enemy, then satan has no reason to trouble me.

    Let Christians not fear the persecutions that the scripture predicts for God will take care of us and give us strength(Isaiah 40:30,31). As the lesson study has put it "The purpose of prophecy is not to satisfy our curiosity about the future but to provide solid assurance amid the challenges we face everyday." If you love God and respect His word, there is no way that you will accept the deceptions and lies that the satan crafts.

    Be Blessed.

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