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Books of the Bible—Study Questions: 1 Thessalonians

Overview

The Book of 1 Thessalonians calls believers to live in the Gospel and fulfill their calling in the joy of the Holy Spirit. Paul reminds the Thessalonians of Christ’s return—a tricky passage to interpret—but also reminds them to simply follow Christ’s example while they await His coming.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Ecclesiastes

Imagine having the world at your fingertips. God gave it all to young King Solomon when He gave him a wise and discerning heart. Like the prodigal son in Jesus’ parable, Solomon squandered God’s generous gift in wild living. Here in his Book of Ecclesiastes, he reports on his discoveries about a life of self-indulgence lived apart from God. 

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Ezra

The Book of Ezra is not well known; we tend to just mumble our way over it when we say the books of the Bible (1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther . . .) and maybe never even venture to see what's inside this Old Testament book.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Matthew

 

Books of the Bible Study Questions: 1 Samuel

In 1 Samuel, we meet a host of important characters in the biblical narrative: Hannah, Samuel, Saul, and David. These names might seem familiar from Sunday School, but the intertwining story between these characters is epic.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Exodus

For a book about wandering in a desert for forty years, the Book of Exodus sure has a lot of excitement.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Acts

In the Book of Acts, we see the Church—the organized, formal gathering of believers—begin to form. The Holy Spirit fills the apostles, doctrine is solidified, and missionary journeys begin.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: 1 Corinthians

“Love is patient, love is kind. . .”

Books of the Bible Study Questions: 1 Peter

The Book of 1 Peter, nestled between James and (you guessed it) 2 Peter toward the back of the New Testament, is perhaps not as widely read as some of the Pauline epistles, like Romans. But this five-chapter book is packed full of applicable and practical advice for Christians today, whether church members, pastors, husbands, or wives.

Books of the Bible Study Questions: Jeremiah

The Book of Jeremiah is one of those books we kinda sorta know—it’s one of those big long prophet books, somewhere near Isaiah, maybe? It probably talks about the Israelites. . .?