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Gilbert House Fellowship #143: Hebrews 11-13; 2 Timothy

FAITH AND perseverance are at the heart of today’s New Testament study. We conclude the remarkable Book of Hebrews with a discussion of the Old Testament patriarchs who were accounted righteous because of their faith even though they never saw the fulfillment of the promises of God. The command to show hospitality to strangers is also examined in light of recent political developments.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #135: 1 Timothy, Titus

Possible route of Paul's 4th missionary journey

Possible route of Paul’s 4th missionary journey (map by Galyn Wiemers, www.generationword.com).
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CHURCH LEADERSHIP and proper behavior for Christians is the focus of Paul’s letters that we study this week. Timothy had been left in charge of the church Ephesus, while Titus had been left on the island of Crete to shepherd the new church there.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #115: Acts 18-19; 1 Corinthians 1-5

paul-riot-ephesusPAUL’S SECOND missionary journey takes him through Corinth and Ephesus, where Paul’s preaching triggers a riot. Apparently his preaching was drawing people away from the patron goddess of the city, Artemis (the Greek version of the Roman goddess Diana).

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Gilbert House Fellowship #113: Acts 17; 1 & 2 Thessalonians

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Paul on Mars Hill

WE CONTINUE our study of Paul’s Second Missionary Journey. This week, we discuss the run-in with the citizens of Thessalonica and why they were upset by the gospel. We also talk about why the Bereans were more noble than the Thessalonians and Paul’s message on Mars Hill in Athens.

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