In Paul’s second letter to the Thessalonians, he continues to encourage them to stand firm in the hope of Christ’s return. He assures his readers that Christ had not yet returned—despite rumors that Paul himself had said the opposite.
This Bible study of the book of 2 Thessalonians examines how Paul briefly described the circumstances that will surround Christ’s return, giving signs to look for when trying to confirm rumors of the Second Coming.
Publisher: The Navigators
96Pages / Publication Date: 19961215
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