The Marks of God's Grace in the Church at Thessalonica
The Marks of God's Grace in the Church at Thessalonica
1 Thessalonians 1:4-10
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Sunday School,  November 4, 2012

As Paul opens his letter to the Thessalonians, he is overwhelmed with thanks to God for them because of the marks of God's supernatural work in them. As we look at these evidences of God's grace that brought Paul such joy, we as believers and as a church can look to imitate the Thessalonians.

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