|Paul writes an 'angry' letter to Galatia to correct their misunderstanding of salvation and Jewish law.
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|1 Thessalonians Letter|
|Paul in his first letter to the Thessalonica church, urges them to continue loving God, despite facing persecutions for their faith.
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|2 Thessalonians Letter|
|Paul advises the Thessalonica church to stand firm on their faith as Jesus Christ would return in the near future.
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|1 Corinthians Letter|
| Paul admonished the Corinth church he founded. He felt compelled to explain Christian doctrinal matters in detail.
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|2 Corinthians Letter|
|Paul writes another letter to the Corinth church. He reminds them of the need for forgiveness and reconciliation.
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| Paul writes to the community in Rome and explains that salvation is available through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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|Paul writes a letter to the Ephesus church from inside prison in Rome. In Ephesians, he explains the doctrines of grace, peace and salvation.
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|Paul writes to the Philippi church from inside prison. He urges them to adopt a Christ-like attitude.
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|Paul writes to the Colossae church reminding them of their status in Christ.
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|Onesimus, a runaway servant who converted to Christianity was sent back to his master, Philemon.
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|Paul left his assistant, Titus in Crete, Greece to build the church. Paul writes to Titus with instructions on how to lead a counter-cultural Church.
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|1 Timothy Letter|
|Paul gives Timothy, a young leader in the Ephesus church, advice on godliness and sound teaching.
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|2 Timothy Letter|
|Paul's death is drawing near, and he instructs Timothy to carry on his gospel work.
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Hebrews was written for the Jewish-Christians who lived in Jerusalem
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