Sunday November 4, 2018 ~ 2 Thessalonians 3
- How does praying verses 1-5 change if you are addressing those suffering for their faith?
- How does verse 10 apply to the employed, the unemployed, the retirees, the one on disability? Or the one who because of their faith can only clean sewers?
- What is the command given in verse 6? What three things are we commanded to avoid?
- What was Paul’s example in verses 7-8?
- In verse 11, why do idle and disruptive go together, and who does “not busy” lead to “busybody”?
- Why should the disobedient be allowed to face the consequences of their disobedience in verses 14-15?
- Why is peace such an important concept in the Thessalonian context (v.16)?
- Look up www.persecution.com and /or www.opendoorsusa.org for ideas on how to pray, then pray.