Robin Parry writes on the book of Jeremiah - a book in which we will find the human tendency towards false gods revealed, the empty promises of idols exposed, the patience of God manifest and the wrath of God made known. But we also see God's own pain and His love for Israel which no sin on their part can undo. We will see that future hope for this sinful people is God's unconditional covenant love and faithfulness. It teaches us about both the kindness and the severity of God. Ian Coffey looks at 1 Thessalonians, written to a group of new Christians coming to terms with what it meant to be followers of Jesus Christ. The gospel came to their city through Paul. But his time was cut short there owing to a hostile reaction to his preaching. This follow-up letter brims with encouragement and hope - a crash course for new believers swimming against the tide
Number of pages: 64
Dimensions: 170 x 120 mm
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