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Prophetic and Personal Perspectives from 2 Thessalonians




INTRODUCTION:

This epistle might be referred to as 3rd Thessalonians, but not really. There may have been a forgery supposedly from Paul but actually from an imposter, and that might have been why the Thessalonian church was confused on certain matters. This was alluded to in 2 THESS 2:2 (“not by letter as by us”).

This letter was written by Paul shortly after the first letter to the Thessalonian saints; both around A.D. 51.

Theme: The Day of the LORD (This phrase is also seen in JOEL 1:15; 2 PETER 3:10 and REV 19:19 and elsewhere). This phrase refers to that period of time when God actively and openly begins to deal with the people of the Earth in judgment, beginning with the Jew and then the Gentile as portrayed in REV Ch. 6–19.


Chapter 1 – James Fire

Chapter 2 – Danny Islas; supplemented by J. Fire

Chapter 3 – Josh Boubion; supplemented by J. Fire



Outline:

Intro:1:1-4;

SECTION I – Comfort in persecution:1:5-12;

SECTION II – The Day of the LORD vs. the man of sin: 2:1-12;

SECTION III – Exhortations and instructions:2:13-3:15;

Conclusion:3:16-18
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PROPHETIC and PERSONAL Perspectives on the Epistle of 2 THESSALONIANS

STUDY #1 – 2 Thess. 1:1-12: The Perspective of COMFORT IN PERSECUTION





STUDY # 2 – 2 Thess. 2:1-17: The Perspective of FALLING AWAY INTO DECEPTION and IT's BIBLICAL PREVENTION





STUDY # 2 cont. - Continuing with our study in Chapter 2 of 2 THESSALONIANS, picking up in vs. 8, which in context deals with “the Day of the LORD vs. the man of sin” (2 Thess. 2:1-12)



STUDY # 3 – 2 Thess. 3:1-18: The Perspective of GOD's WORK ENABLED IN US Read more!

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