Why did Paul see fit to give thanks to God always for the brethren at Thessalonica?
They had treated Paul well
Their work in the Lord's vineyard was fruitful
Their love toward each other had increased
They had sent Paul a gift while he was in prison
Paul thanks God that he did not baptise any of the Corinthians, except for which people?
Timothy, Eunice and Lois
Crispus, Gaius and the household of Stephanus
Peter, James and John
Luke, John Mark and the household of Aquila
I was sent to take a letter to the apostle Paul. He chose me to accompany him through Syria and Cilicia on his missionary work. In Philippi I was thrown in prison. Paul left me in Thessalonica when he was in fear of his life and later I joined him in Corinth.
On Paul's journey to Rome, at what location did he meet brethren whom he thanked God for?
Paul, Timothy and who else sent their greetings to Thessalonica?
In Daniel's vision of the four beasts, what was the bear holding in its mouth?
A fishing net
And they compel one _____ a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of Alexander and Rufus, to bear his cross
This book of the Bible is a letter written by Paul to a man whose slave has run away from him. Paul pleads for the slave to be received home again because they are all brothers in the Lord.
What should they do with brethren who are not obeying the epistle's word?
Dress them in black and parade them before the elders
Forgive them so they do not feel excluded
Have no company with them so that they are ashamed
Make them confess before the priest so that they may repent
What did the king do when he couldn't sleep?
Called for a glass of water
Read the history books
Asked his servant to entertain him