Paul’s Letters to the Churches (Romans – 2 Thessalonians)
As the Church began to grow, Paul provided “water and sunlight” through his letters. Specific churches received instruction, comfort, conviction, and encouragement from Paul, who wrote mainly from prison while he continued God’s mission on earth. Reflect on the humble beginnings of the body of Christ, and let these sacred words deepen your walk with Jesus.
Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians and 2 Thessalonians
These nine books, Romans through 2 Thessalonians, begin your study of the epistolary section of the New Testament. They encompass nine of the thirteen letters written by the apostle Paul.
Paul’s Letters to the Churches were sent to seven churches scattered throughout Asia Minor, Greece, and Rome. These churches were in different stages of maturity and all needed instruction from the great apostle. Paul took the great truths of life, death, resurrection, and return of Jesus Christ and explained and applied them for these newly established centers of Christian worship and witness. Though each letter has its own flavor and emphasis, each uniquely continues the great picture of our great God, with incredible purpose and application for our lives today.
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