What did Paul do when he couldn't bear to be away from the brethren at Thessalonica any longer?
Sailed from Athens to visit them
Wrote them a letter
Prayed for God to comfort him
Sent Timothy to encourage them
Except ye be converted, and become as little _____, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven
In the letter to the Corinthians, who does Paul say is a "new creature"?
The apostles of the Lord
An angel in heaven
Any man in Christ
Why did Paul see fit to give thanks to God always for the brethren at Thessalonica?
Their work in the Lord's vineyard was fruitful
They had treated Paul well
They had sent Paul a gift while he was in prison
Their love toward each other had increased
2 Corinthians: Who should we not be unequally yoked with?
Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be _____ again, he cannot see the kingdom of God
What was Daniel's punishment for continuing to pray to God when Darius commanded no-one should pray to anyone except him?
He was executed
He was beaten and thrown into a pit
He was exiled
He was thrown into a den of lions
During what traumatic event did the apostle Paul take bread and give thanks?
House falling down
1 Corinthians: What is the "strength of sin"?
And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity. (1 Corinthians Ch __ vs 13)