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1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians (Abingdon New Testament Commentaries)

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1 Thessalonians 2 New International Version (NIV) Paul’s Ministry in Thessalonica. 2 You know, brothers and sisters, that our visit to you was not without results. 2 We had previously suffered and been treated outrageously in Philippi, as you know, but with the help of our God we dared to tell you his gospel in the face of strong opposition.

3 For the appeal we make does not spring from. 1 Thessalonians Or brothers and sisters; also verses 9, 14, 17 1 Thessalonians Or with a flattering speech 1 Thessalonians Some manuscripts infants. 13 For this reason we also constantly thank God that when you received the word of God which you heard from us, you accepted it not as the word of men, but for what 2 Thessalonians book really is, the word of God, which also performs its work in you who believe.

14 For you, brethren, became imitators of the churches of God in Christ Jesus that are in Judea, for you also endured the same sufferings at the hands.

Summary of the Book of 2 Thessalonians. This summary of the book of 2 Thessalonians provides information about the title, author(s), date of writing, chronology, theme, theology, outline, a brief overview, and the chapters of the Book of 2 Thessalonians. The first letter — 1 Thessalonians — was written to a community of believers who had been Christians for only a short period of time, probably no more than a few months.

We learn from the Book of Acts that during Paul's stay in the city of Thessalonica, he preached in a. Book of 2 Thessalonians, explained scripture by scripture. Go to 2 Thessalonians Index. Title: In the Greek New Testament, 2 Thessalonians is listed as “To the Thessalonians”.

This represents the Apostle Paul’s second canonical correspondence to the fellowship of believers in. 2 Thessalonians’ role in the Bible. Second Thessalonians is the ninth of Paul’s letters. Of the 27 New Testament books, Paul wrote Nine of these book are letters to local churches (like the one in Thessalonica).

Paul needed to address the three troubles the church in Thessalonica faced: Persecution from outside. NOTE: This ISBN is a leader guide. The Children of the Day Leader Guide by Beth Moore helps leaders take participants through a study of 1 & 2 Thessalonians.

Follow step-by-step instructions for facilitating the group sessions using the Member Book and DVD video sessions/5(). Footnotes. 1 Thessalonians Or learn to live with your own wife; or learn 2 Thessalonians book acquire a wife; 1 Thessalonians The Greek word for brother or sister (adelphos) refers here to a believer, whether man or woman, as part of God’s family.

Published on Watch our overview video on 2 Thessalonians, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In 2 Thessalonians, Paul clarified his earlier. The Thessalonians' Faith and Example.

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2 d We give thanks to God always for all of you, constantly 1 e mentioning you in our prayers, 3 remembering before f our God and Father g your work of faith and labor of h love and i steadfastness of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.

4 For we know, j brothers 2 loved by God, k that he has chosen you, 5. Go to Index of Thessalonians. Author and Date: The Apostle Paul identified himself twice as the author of this letter (; ). Silvanus (Silas), and Timothy (, 6), Paul’s traveling companions on the second missionary journey when the church was founded (Acts ), were also mentioned in.

The book of 2 nd Thessalonians is a Pauline Epistle (letter from Paul).

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The Apostle Paul wrote it about A.D., several months after his first letter to the church in Thessalonica. The key personalities in this book are the Apostle Paul, Silas, and Timothy.

Author: 1 Thessalonians indicates that the Book of 1 Thessalonians was written by the apostle Paul, probably along with Silas and Timothy. Date of Writing: The Book of 1 Thessalonians was written in approximately A.D. Purpose of Writing: In the church of Thessalonica there were some misunderstandings about the return of Christ.

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Paul desired to clear them up in his letter. 1 Thessalonians 1 Thessalonians 1 Thessalonians 1 Thessalonians 1 Thessalonians   This is the holy book of 2 Thessalonians, known as "The Second Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Thessalonians".

The recording is dramatized, from the King James Bible. This is. and 1 Thessalonians was written to deal with one particular doctrinal issue—the return of Christ.

The external attestation to the authenticity of 2 Thessalonians is even stronger than that for 1 Thessalonians. Internally, the vocabulary, style, and doctrinal content support the claims in 2 Thessa-lonians and that it was written by.

1 & 2 THESSALONIANS FOR KIDS. 1st & 2nd Thessalonians for Kids offers God’s Word to the next generation of believers in practical and interactive ways that are sure to engage children in a deeper understanding of who God is and His story for their lives.

Following a simple 6-week Bible reading plan, Scripture will come alive to your child. The book of 2 Thessalonians was written shortly after the book of 1 Thessalonians, probably within a few months.

The same three, Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy sent the letter. The letter is more focused on problems in the church and may reflect the receipt of later news from the Thessalonians. Apparently, the persecution mentioned in 1. I Thessalonians “because our gospel came to you not simply with words but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and deep conviction.

You know how we lived among you for your sake.” I Thessalonians “We were not looking for praise from people, not from you or anyone else, even though as apostles of Christ we could have asserted. 1 Thessalonians ; Serving the Coming Lord 1 Thessalonians ; Blameless in Holiness 1 Thessalonians ; The Rapture of the Church 1 Thessalonians ; The Day of the Lord 1 Thessalonians ; Living in Light of the Lord's Return 1 Thessalonians ; A Pastoral Word of Comfort 2 Thessalonians ; The Revelation of.

3 Oct - Explore fagloh05's board "Book of 1 & 2 Thessalonians", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about 2 thessalonians, Bible verses and Bible pins. According to 2 Thessalonians there are now still hindrances which retain Antichrist's appearing: the Holy Spirit and the blessed effects of Christendom.

But once these effects will cease at the rapture of the believers (compare 1 Thessalonians ; Revelation ) there will remain no hindrance for Antichrist's appearing (compare.

4 Dr. Constable's Notes on 1 Thessalonians Edition could have been his first inspired epistle.1 However, the first option seems more probable.2 A few scholars have suggested that Paul wrote 2 Thessalonians before he wrote 1 Thessalonians.3 According to this theory, 1 Thessalonians responds to issues alluded to in 2 Thessalonians.

1 From Paul 1 and Silvanus and Timothy, to the church of the Thessalonians 2 in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Grace and peace to you.

2 We thank God always for all of you as we mention you constantly 4 in our prayers, 3 because we recall 5 in the presence of our God and Father 6 your work of faith and labor of love and endurance. 1 and 2 Thessalonians, written about 50 AD, are the earliest documents in the New Testament.

They reveal the Apostle Paul's heart and passion as he seeks to guide this congregation towards health and balance. In 1 and 2 Thessalonians you'll learn important truths about Christ's coming -- specifically regarding the rapture and the Antichrist. 2 Corinthians For the Son of God, Jesus Christ, who was proclaimed among you by me and Silvanus and Timothy, was not "Yes" and "No," but in Him it has always been "Yes." 1 Thessalonians Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ: Grace and peace to you.

Author: 2 Thessalonians indicates that the Book of 2 Thessalonians was written by the apostle Paul, probably along with Silas and Timothy. Date of Writing: The Book of 2 Thessalonians was likely written in AD Purpose of Writing: The church in Thessalonica still had some misconceptions about the Day of the Lord.

They thought it had come already so they stopped with. Nathan Eubank, Thessalonians, Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, ), 55, n. Eubank then offers his own translation of 1 Thessaloniansarguing that the passage needs to be punctuated differently so that the two sentences read as follows.

Over a quarter of 1 Thessalonians and nearly half of 2 Thessalonians deal with problems and issues regarding the parousia or coming of Christ from heaven.

“The Thessalonian letters present the first literary evidence for the use of parousia in the sense of the future Advent of Christ: it occurs in this sense six times in the two letters.

Introduction to 1 Thessalonians AUTHOR: The apostle Paul, joined in his salutation by Silvanus and Timothy (1Th ), and with specific mention of his name again later in the epistle (1Th ).

Early sources in church history that attribute this letter to Paul include: Clement of Alexandria ( A.D.), Tertullian ( A.D.), and Irenaeus.1 Thessalonians 1 - Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy, To the church of the Thessalonians in God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ: Grace to you and peace.1 Thessalonians For you yourselves know, brethren, that our coming to you was not in vain, (NASB: Lockman).

Greek: Autoi gar oidate, adelphoi, ten eisodon hemon ten pros humas hoti ou kene gegonen, (). Amplified: FOR YOU yourselves know, brethren, that our coming among you was not useless and fruitless.(Amplified Bible - Lockman)NLT: You yourselves know, dear brothers and sisters, that.