By David Peter, This sermon is the fourth in the sermon series entitled “Fatherly Encouragement.” It is based on 1 Thessalonians 4:13–18. The Apostle Paul addresses the Thessalonian Christians as his dear children, giving them encouragement in their journey of faith in Jesus. Fatherly Encouragement toward Expectation Focus Statement An informed expectation of Christ’s return ..
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