Tag Archives: 1 Thessalonians 5

Holy Spirit: In Sanctification (Part 2)

Many in Christendom believe that sanctification, that is man being made holy, is accomplished by a direct operation of the Holy Spirit on the mind of man, the human heart. Calvinists believe that sanctification begins with irresistible grace (which leads … Continue reading

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Seven Sins Against the Spirit

Numerous are the sins mentioned within the pages of the Bible. In a very real way, every sin which we commit is a sin against God (Psalm 51:3-4; Exodus 16:1-2 cf., 16:7-8; Numbers 14: 1-2 cf. 14:27; Numbers 16:11; Acts … Continue reading

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Various Instructions for New Converts

The church at Thessalonica had not existed very long when Paul wrote his first letter to them.  He closed the letter with various instructions for these recent converts.  These instructions are valuable for every convert.  Let’s notice… 1.  Comfort and Edify … Continue reading

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