Christ's Command and the Antithesis of Brotherly Love - Part 1
Christ's Command and the Antithesis of Brotherly Love - Part 1
1 Thessalonians 4:1-8
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Sunday School,  January 27, 2013

In these verses, Paul begins with an admonition to live of the life of a Christian, and stresses the importance of progressing in that life. Then he explains, quite concretely, one of the ways brotherly love is exercised in the church of Christ, namely, through abstaining from fornication. To fornicate is to disobey, not the apostles, but God himself.

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