Speaker: Neil Clark
Speaker: Neil Clark
28 February 2021
Series: 2 Thessalonians
There had been some people in the church who claimed that the rapture had already taken place and the believers had been left behind. Paul encouraged the people that this was not so and again taught them about the coming of the Lord. He then encouraged and prayed for them.
7 February 2021
In the first 11 verses of this chapter Paul notes the unexpected nature of the coming of the Lord and how we should prepare for that event.
24 January 2021
Paul encourages the believers to strive to be more obedient, holy, loving and diligent. He also encouraged them about the hope and comfort we have for those who have died in Christ.
3 January 2021
The church was founded by Paul and suffered persecution from the Jews, Greeks and Gentiles. Paul wrote the letter to encourage the believers in their faith and ensure them of Christ’s return.
27 December 2020
On planning his third visit to the Corinthian church Paul challenges the congregation to not allow the influence of the world to enter into the church. For those who have fallen he wants them to repent before he comes. They are to examine themselves to see if they are true believers. For us it is a good time too for a spiritual checkup.
6 December 2020
1. Paul’s comfort by the coming of Titus (7:4-6)
2. Paul’s comfort and joy by hearing of their repentance. (7:7-11)
3. Macedonia’s example in giving (8:1-5)
22 November 2020
1. Paul outlines the difficulties he faced.
2. Concept of being unequally yoked with unbelievers.
1 November 2020
1. The Triumphant Nature of Paul’s Ministry (2:14-17)
2. The Accredited Nature of Paul’s Ministry (3:1-3)
3. The Glorious Nature of Paul’s Ministry. (4-18)
4 October 2020
– Heaven rejoices over the fall of Babylon (1-5)
– Heaven rejoices in preparation the marriage of the Lamb (6-10)
– Christ the warrior king on a white horse (11-16)
– The fall of the beast, the false prophet, and their forces (17-21)