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1 Thessalonians 1:5

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in that 1  our gospel did not come to you merely in words, 2  but in power and in the Holy Spirit and with deep conviction (surely you recall the character we displayed when we came among you to help you). 3 

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Ps 10:2,3; Isa 55:11; Mr 16:20; Joh 16:7-15; Ac 2:33; Ac 10:44-46; Ac 11:15-18; Ac 11:21; Ac 16:14; Ac 20:18,19,33-35; Ro 1:16; Ro 2:16; Ro 15:18,19; 1Co 1:24; 1Co 2:2-5; 1Co 2:4,5; 1Co 3:6; 1Co 3:16; 1Co 4:9-13; 1Co 4:20; 1Co 9:19-23; 1Co 10:33; 1Co 12:7-11; 2Co 3:6; 2Co 4:1,2; 2Co 4:3; 2Co 6:3-10; 2Co 6:6; 2Co 10:4,5; Ga 1:8-12; Ga 2:2; Ga 3:2-5; Ga 5:5,22,23; Eph 1:17-20; Eph 2:4,5,10; Eph 3:20; Php 2:13; Php 4:9; Col 2:2; 1Th 2:1-11; 1Th 2:13; 2Th 2:14; 2Th 3:7-9; 1Ti 4:12-16; 2Ti 2:8; 2Ti 2:10; Tit 3:5,6; Heb 2:3; Heb 2:4; Heb 6:11,18,19; Heb 10:22; Jas 1:16-18; 1Pe 1:3; 1Pe 1:12; 1Pe 5:3; 2Pe 1:10,19

NET © Notes

tn Or “because.”

tn Or “speech,” or “an act of speaking.”

tn Grk “just as you know what sort of people we were among you for your sakes.” Verse 5 reflects on the experience of Paul and his fellow preachers; v. 6 begins to describe the Thessalonians’ response.



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