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Introduction.

We know a lot about what promotes physical health, and what contributes to our emotional and intellectual wellbeing. But the Bible reveals a more significant part of who we are that needs attention: our soul. The soul refers to the totality of our existence, both earthly and eternally. Your soul is the real you. Hear the words of Jesus as he offers rest for your soul.

Introduction.

The context of the passage is how we have the amazing gift of God’s Holy Spirit given to live the life of Jesus through us. We are especially in need of this “Help from above Who lives within” due to the difficulty of living in a fallen world and to the weakness of our own flesh amid the painful trials and the temptations we face.  The text climbs higher and higher to a climax of powerful confidence available to those in Christ. Then the mood shifts dramatically. Let’s briefly discuss the ascent to security first.

Introduction.

The church in the city Thessalonica was started by the Apostle Paul. Although many believed (Acts 17) Paul had to run for his life from an angry mob. Concerned about how the young church was doing, Paul sent Timothy to find out. Timothy reported that the church was doing well, but was under a lot of pressure. There were some moral problems, and confusion about the return of Christ. So Paul wrote this first letter of encouragement and instruction. Repeatedly he tells them how to live in light of the coming Christ.

  

Introduction.

The church in the city Thessalonica was started by the Apostle Paul. Although many believed (Acts 17) Paul had to run for his life from an angry mob. Concerned about how the young church was doing, Paul sent Timothy to find out. Timothy reported that the church was doing well, but was under a lot of pressure. There were some moral problems, and confusion about the return of Christ. So Paul wrote this first letter of encouragement and instruction. Repeatedly he tells them how to live in light of the coming Christ.

  

Introduction.

The church in the city Thessalonica was started by the Apostle Paul. Although many believed (Acts 17) Paul had to run for his life from an angry mob. Concerned about how the young church was doing, Paul sent Timothy to find out. Timothy reported that the church was doing well, but was under a lot of pressure. There were some moral problems, and confusion about the return of Christ. So Paul wrote this first letter of encouragement and instruction. Repeatedly he tells them how to live in light of the coming Christ.

  

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