2-Thess-2-1-15 10 Reads 10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish

  because__ they received not the love of the truth that they might be saved 

11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion that they should believe a lie


Adam and Eve believed Satan’s the Impled lying wonder-More plus-Lies and they grew old and died-- 2 Timothy 4:4 

They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths. And those that do will not make it the great tribulations GT-

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9 Even him whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders 10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish because__ they received not the love of the truth that they might be saved 11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion that they should believe a lie 12 That they all might be damnedwho believed not the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness more in 1Tim316.htm 1-Tim-4-1.htm

2 Thess2-4  http://www.2001translation.com/  4 He opposes and puts himself higher than all others that are called gods or things of worship. He seats himself in the Templeof God where he publicly displays himself as a god. 5 Don’t you remember that I used to tell you these things while I was still with you?

Chapter 2 Reads 1 However, brothers, when it comes to the nearness of our Lord Jesus the Anointed One and our being gathered to him, we urge you 2 not to lose hope or to be disturbed by a [message from] the Breath [of God], or anything that you may have been told in a letter that may have come from us, indicating that the Lord’s Day has arrived.

3 Don’t allow anyone to mislead you in any way, because it won’t come until after there is a great turning away and the lawless man is revealed, the son of destruction. 4 He opposes and puts himself higher than all others that are called gods or things of worship. He seats himself in the Temple of God where he publicly displays himself as a god. 5 Don’t you remember that I used to tell you these things while I was still with you?

 ASB 2 Thess 2:4 – Open In Context-- he that opposeth and exalteth himself against all that is called God or that is worshipped; so that he sitteth in the temple of God, setting himself forth as God.NASB 2 Thess 2:4 who opposes and exalts himself above every so-called god or object of worship,so that he takes his seat in the temple of God, displaying himself as being God.

o antikeimenov (5740) kai uperairomenov (5746) epi panta legomenon (5746) qeon h sebasma, wste auton eiv ton naon tou qeoukaqisai, (5658) apodeiknunta (5723) eauton oti estin (5748) qeov.

2 Thessalonians 2:4

Who opposeth
Or is an opposer, an adversary of Christ, the antichrist; who opposes him in his kingly office, styling himself the head and spouse of the church, assuming to himself all power in heaven and in earth, taking upon him to dispense with the laws of Christ, and to make new ones; who opposes him in his priestly office, by pretending to offer him up again in the sacrifice of the mass, and by making angels and saints departed, intercessors and advocates; and also in his prophetic office, by teaching for doctrines the commandments of men, and setting up unwritten traditions before the word of God, requiring the worshipping of images, angels, and saints, when Christ requires that the Lord God only should be worshipped and served; and by introducing the doctrine of works and of merit instead of grace, and with a multitude of other things, in which he most manifestly appears to be diametrically opposite and contrary to Christ:

and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is 
The Syriac version renders the last clause, (
alxdw) , "and religion"; and the Greek word does signify religion, worship, or devotion, as it is translated, in (Acts 17:23) but here the act of worship is put for the object, and is rightly rendered, "or that which is worshipped"; as it is in the Vulgate Latin version, and in the Arabic version, "or that which is to be worshipped"; and it was usual with the Jews to call God the object of worship, by the name of worship itself, and by which they used to swear: it is said


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1 However, brothers; regarding the arrival of our Lord Jesus the Anointed One and our being gathered to him; we urge you 2 not to quickly lose hope, or to be disturbed, by [something from the] spirit, or by words, or in a letter that may have come through us, indicating that theLord’s Day has arrived. 3 Don’t allow anyone to mislead you in any way, because it won’t come until after there is a great turning away and the lawless man is revealed… the son of destruction. 4 For he opposes and puts himself higher than all others that are called gods or things of worship, and he seats himself in the Temple of God where he publicly displays himself as being a god.

5 Don’t you remember that I used to tell you these things while I was still with you?

6 So, now you know what’s holding him down and keeping him from being revealed in his appointed time; 7 for the mystery of this lawlessness is already being worked from within. However, he’s being held down until what’s in its midst comes to be. 8 Then the lawless one will be revealed and the Lord Jesus will do away with him by the breath from his mouth and bring him to nothing, when he arrives.

9 However, the Opposer will bring [the lawless one] to those who are destroying themselves through his powers of lying signs, omens, 10 and every sort of unrighteous deception. [They will choose this] instead of the love of the truth, which would save them. 11 So, that’s what God is sending to them instead. He’s allowing this wrong thing to be, so they can believe the lie… 12 and so that all those who don’t believe the truth (but prefer unrighteousness) may be judged.

13 However, we are obligated to always thank God for you brothers (who are loved by the Lord), because God chose you from the start to be saved; to make you holy by his Breath; and to have faith in the truth. 14 This is why He called you through the good news we brought… so you would receive the glory of our Lord Jesus the Anointed One. 15 So brothers; Stand firm and hang onto the traditions you were taught, whether by word [of mouth] or in letters from us. 16 May our Lord Jesus the Anointed One himself, and God our Father who loved us and kindly gave us comfort and a good hope in this age, 17 comfort your hearts and make you firm in all good words and deeds!

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2 Timothy 3

A Defection from the Truth Foretold.

SUMMARY.--False Teachers Predicted. Enemies of the Truth Described. Paul's Life Known to Timothy. His Example Commended. The Holy Scriptures.

      1-5. In the last days. In the last ages of the world. The expression is often used of the gospel dispensation. Perilous times. Grievous, times of distress. 2. For men shall be. Some of the characteristics of men in that period are given. Such men probably exist in all ages, but at the time referred to by Paul they shall be in the predominance. Lovers of their own selves. Selfish. 3. Truce-breakers. "Implacable," in Revision. Those who will not make or keep peace. 4. Heady. Headstrong. Lovers of pleasures. Lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God. 5. Having a form of godliness. This implies that the persons described professed to be religious, worshipers of God in outward form. A godless church is described.Denying the power. Rejecting its power. Their lives are not moulded by it. From such turn away. This implies that some of this formal, godless religion had begun to show itself even at that time.

      6, 7. This sort are they. Men of this sort are they who form a party by creeping into houses and by their seductive influences lead silly women captive. Not the sensible, pious women, but silly women already laden with sins. Hence, easily led away. 7. Ever learning. Listening with greedy ears to every one that comes along, but never learning anything.

      8, 9. As Jannes and Jambres. These were the traditional names of the Egyptian magicians who opposed Moses. See Exod. 7:11. Paul adopts these names in referring to them. As these opposed Moses, so do the false teachers just described oppose the truth. These names are found in a Jewish Targum on Exod. 7:11, and 22:11. Reprobate. Have abandoned the faith. 9. They shall proceed no further. They shall be exposed, and their folly revealed to prevent them from further success. As Jannes and Jambres could not stand before Moses, these men shall fail before the truth.

      10-13. Thou didst follow my teaching (Revision). Timothy had known his teaching and manner of life, and followed it. 11. Persecutions . . . at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra. See Acts, chapters 13, 14. These persecutions befell Paul in the part of Asia where Timothy was reared, and hence he would be familiar with all. Out of them all the Lord delivered me. Hence, let Timothy cheerfully suffer, if need be, and trust the Lord. 12. All that will live godly. In that age persecution was inseparable from a devoted Christian life. The same has been true, to a certain extent, in all ages. If the church was less worldly it would be more persecuted. 13. Evil men and seducers. The men who hate the church shall become worse and worse. Seducers. Enchanters, men who lead astray.

      14-17. Continue thou. Refusing to heed the evil men, continue in the truth. Knowing of whom thou hast learned them. Of pious parents first, but more especially of Paul. 15. And that from a child. Taught by his grandmother, Lois, and his mother, Eunice, he had learned to know the Scriptures from childhood. Holy Scriptures. The Books given by inspiration. The Jewish Scriptures are primarily meant, but a part of the New Testament was already written. Make thee wise. Give thee the wisdom that leads to salvation. If the Old Testament could make him wise, how much more the New! Through faith which is in Christ Jesus. This is essential. Unless the Scriptures lead to Christ, there is no salvation. 16. All Scripture. The Revision is much better. "Every Scripture inspired of God is also profitable," etc. Whether it is, depends on its inspiration. For instance, the Apocrypha is called Scripture, but is not inspired. For doctrine. For teaching. 17. That the man of God. The preacher. See 1 Tim. 6:11; 1 Kings 13:1; 2 Kings 6:6. May be perfect. Fully fitted for his work. The sense is "complete." Thoroughly furnished. Fully equipped. If he is master of the Holy Scriptures, he is so equipped. If this was true when Paul wrote, with only a part of the New Testament written, with what emphasis may it be said now when we have both the Old and New Testaments in full!

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