2 Thessalonians 3:5-13
The Apostle Paul speaks of those who are ‘unruly’ or ‘undisciplined’ and he uses a word in the Greek that speaks of a soldier who is stepping outside of their prescribed order and needing to get back in line with their commander once again. What is at the heart of work that makes the Apostle Paul go so far as to say Christians need to distance themselves from those not willing to do it?
How does work relate to us being image bearers of God? How can work get twisted into becoming a bad thing? How does this passage shed light on Christianity being associated with socialism?
Never has there been a time in human history where it’s easier to be distracted with pleasure rather than serving Christ and others. Consider where you may have grown idle in your duties to Christ. Discuss any area in which you want to become more disciplined with your time and energy, in service to others. Pray for each other and follow up with one another.
Hilltop 2×2 groups consist of 2-4 people who team up for a weekly gathering around a spiritual conversation provided by Pastor Ben.
Prayerfully consider starting a 2×2 group with those you know. Contact Pastor Ben Walls (248-348-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to register your group.