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The Second Epistle of PAUL the Apostle to the

THESSALONIANS.

20.10,14,13.-21.5. tating er, yielding CHAP. I.

pengeance. I)e 32 31,41,42. P. 29.12. Saint Paul certifiet A them of the good -91. 1..61.2.-631.6 le. 10.30. K. 6.

opinihica he had of their faith, 10,16,17. that know 1.5.) I Sa 2.
here, and patience, I-19; and there 12. P. 9.10.-29.6. 12.27.11. J. 96. Zep.
tiral molt divers reasons for the 1.6 Jao 3.19.5.19. Ra 1.98. IC..15 31
comforting of them in persécution ! Th.4.5. and that. De 1.30. P..19.41 Jee 17.12. kl.

hereof ischief is taken from the 1.1.19. Ac.6.7 Ro.1.5.-7.,9.-6.16.-
righteous judgment of God, 11, 12.

10.16.-15.15.-16.26 Co.10 5. Cal.

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Il 45 B.T. 2 See on R. 1.7. I Co.L3,5

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your, Job 12.9.

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,, intensive and aware to grow, 19,21. Nat. 16.27.-24 30. Tit.2.13. Gr. increase, nicaibes, as Dr. Clarte re R 20.11.

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1.-12-11.12,15 ERLA this the Apostle felt bimself bound to

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in the truth received. 1,?; Shresbeered tor 16. IL * 10.-11.18.-15.4.-16.5,6.-18.20,24

1A at there shall be departure frem wg. de 213. Es 19.2.

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Anticárist, before the day of the pran C. IL PSI 25 Kos 17. 2004.17. 2T1.2.12. He 4.1,

Lord come, 9.-14; and thereos. He 9,11 I Pe... Re: 14.17.14.13.-21.1.

repeated his foreter eshortation in Friuinier *** sehen. Mat 13.39.43.- 16.27.-25.31. - and prayeth for rare, 15-17.

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brethren, as it is meet, because s Ne. 10,27. 8 And then shall that Wicked be reir faith groweth exceedingly, and 8 20.9.2. vealed, whom the Lord shalld consume rity of every one of you all to Th.2.19.20. with the spirit of his mouth, and shall

AJA, 5. 11. El other aboundeth;

destroys with the brightness of his

- Phi. 1, 3, wat we ourselves gloryf in you in

coming. senes of God, for your patience Co.16.2 working of Satan, with all power and

i He, 3. 13.

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signs and lying wonders, och isi a manit: st token of the m Re. 6. 10. 10. And with all deceivablenessj of 13 judgment of God, that ye may * Ere. 14.9. unrighteousness in them that perish beted worthy of the kingdom of God, Ro. 1.24. cause they received not the lovet of the **i ye also suffer: 1

. Re. 14. 13. truth, that they inight be savel. is is a righteous thing with p De. 32. 35. 11 And for this cause God shall send recompense tribulation to them! Th4. 16. Ithem strong delusion," that they should uble you;

Jude 14. I believe a lie: 1 to you who are troubled, rest, the angels 19 That P they all might be damned who ; when the Lord Jesus shall be

believed not the truth, but had pleasure froin heaven with his mighty

power. in unrighteousness.
ch. 1. 3.

13 But we' are bound to give thanks flaming fire taking! vengeance • He.10, 77. alway to God for you, brethren beloved o that know not God, and that

2 Pe. 3.7.

of the Lord, because God hath from ot the gospel of our Lord Jesus Orielding the beginning chosen" you to salvation

+ P.19, 6.

through sanctification of the Spirit and shall be punished with ever.

belief of the truth;

Zep. 1. 6. destruction from the presence - Ro.2..

14 Whereunto) he called yon by our Lord, and from the glory" of his w Ep. 1.4. gospel, to the obtaining of the glory of

1 Th. 1.4 our Lord Jesus Christ. hen he shall come to be glorified I Pe. 1. 2. 15 Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and

hits, and to be admired in all - Phi. 3. 19. hold the traditions which ye bate been at believe because our testimony

2 Pe. 3.7. taught, whether by word, or our epistle. you was believed) in that day. y 1 P'e. 5. 10. 16 Now our Lord Jesus Christ himself. Ferefore also we pray always for = 18. 2. 19. and God, even our Father, which I hath

at our God would count you loved us, and hath given us everlasting ne of this calling, and fulfil all the

consolation and good bopel through

e Ps. 68.35 pieasure of his goodness, and the

dJn. 13.1.

grace, iraith with power ;

Re. 1. 5.

17 Comfort your hearts, and stablish 1 Eats the name of our Lord Jesus c or, vouch- you in every good word and work. I may be glorified in you, and ye in according to the grace of our Gode Col. 2:12. FINALLY, brethren, pray for us, that

CHAP. III. te Lord Jesus Christ. CUAP. II.

SI Pe. 1. 3. the word of the Lord may nhave free w we beseech you, brethren, by the 8 1 Pe. 1.7. course, and be glorified, even as it is of our Lord Jesus Christ, and by Ton.

with you: ithering together unto him,

absurd.

2 And that we may be delivered from bat ye be not soon shaken in mind,

ha I Col. 9.

O unreasonable and wicked men : for all troubled, neither by spirit, nor by Mat.24:46. men have not faith. . hor by letter, as from us, asi that * In: 17. 15.

3 But the Lord A is faithful, who shall

1 2 Co. 7. 16. ty of Christ is at hand.

I Ti. 4. 1.

stablish you, and keeps you from evil. et no man deceive you by any * Da;. .

4 And we have contidencel in the $; for that day shall not come, ex

on: 17.12.

Lord touching you, that ye both do and there come a falling away first, o ICh.29.18. will do the things which we command that man of sin be revealed, tbe

* or, pu you. ! perdition ;

tience of 5 And the Lord direct your hearts Sho opposeth and exalteth himself

Chris!.

into the love of God, and into the * pae all that is called God, or that is 9 Is. 14. 13. tient waiting for Christ. hipped; so that he, as God, sitteth in Re. 13. 6. 6. Now we command you. brethren, emple of God, shewing himself that. 1T1. 6. 5. in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, God.

that ye withdraw' yourselves from every

of us.

brother that walketh disorderly, and A. D. 54. Christ, that with quictes tree an. not after the tradition which he received

and eat their own bread.

alCo5.11.13. 13 Rut ye, breterea, obe s 7 For yourselves know how ye ought to D Ep. 4.28. jn well doing. follow us: for we behaved not ourselves > fairt not. 14 a od if any man he pod disorderly among you;

cico. 13.58.7 by this epistle. Dit 8 Neither did we eat any man's bready or, signif: have do company oth his for bought; but wrought with labour

that MGR

may be ashame. and travail night and day, that we might

by an

15 Yet count hier bot an ear. not be chargeable to any of you:

epistle.

admonish 41 as a brote. 9 Not because we have not power, 6

& ver. 6.
Mat. 18.17.

16 Nor the Lord of peace : but to make ourselves an ensample unto e Ac. Is. 3. give you peace als & you to follow us.

20. 34. The Lord & with you all 10 For even when we were with you, Le. 19. 17. 17 The salutation of

Pure this we commanded you, that if any ? 1 Co.9.6. own band, sbich the sea.LY would not work, Deither should he eat. Ro. 16. 20. epistle: so I write.

11 For we hear that there are some il Co. 16. 21. 18 The grace of our Lorca wluch walk among you disorderly, work. Ge.3.1% be with you all. Amen. jug not at all, but are busybodies,

I Ro. 16. 24. 19 Now them that are such we com

en 1 TL 5, 13.

The second spirtle to the The mand and exhort by our Lord Jesus

1 Pe. 4. 15.

was written tred Atbem. 150

1. See on 1 Co 15.58.-16.13.? Co. 1.8.10. I Th.2.19. 2 11.4.17. A. 119.

that Go.3 19. Pr.13.4.-20.4.-21 1 b.3.6.1Co 11.2 1.tra. reasonable. Gr. absurd. for. De 32 25.-24.30. 34 Th.11. F: > 6.17. Jede 3. Gr. whether. 20. Mat 17.17.-23 23 La 18.9. Jao 2. I walk See on ver. 6 werking

23.25. Ac. 13.45,50 -14.2.-17.5.-28.24. I Th 11, 1T9.5.13. IP 4:15 Lord. eb. 11,2. See on Ro.l. Ro.10 16. 209.4.3.1

12. See on ver 6 (Aat wil. Ge. chic. See on ser 13. 3 Ae Lord. See on I Co.1.9.-10.13. 49.14,15, I'r.17.1. Ee 46 Ep.4 29 Th. -131-15 9,13. Ho 5.8. Ep.2. Th6 14, .tablish. See on eh.2.17 411 I Ti.22 eat. See on ser . La. 25 fit. 3.4..7. I Jaa 3.16.-4.9, and, Ge 49.16.1 Ch.4.19, P.,19 13. 11.3

everlasting. P. 103 121.7. Mat. 6.13 LOI14. Juo. 17.15. 13 ye. Is. 10.30,31 Mal. 13. Ra 2.7. 10.-51. 11.- 60 19, 20.- 617. Ti.4.19. 2 P. 29. Jude 24.

lo. 13,38 4 6 9, 10, Phi 1.9, TT.I. + Jes 4.14.-11.16.18.- 16.12. 4 we have Ro.15.14. C..2.3.-7.16. - Ho 12.3 be not weary er, faint not. is. H..6.19 IP 1.5.6. Re: 7.16,

9.22

Ga 5.10 Phỉ. 6. Philm. 3. D..20.9. P. 27 13. To. 40.29 Zew. 3.16, od Ro 5. 2. 5.- 9.24,25 Aat. ver.€.12. Mal.29.20. Ro 2.7.-15. mard Lu. 18.1. 2 Co. 4. 1. 16. He. 12.5. IT). 1.3. Tit. 12.-2.13He I5, ICs 1.19.-lại. Có 2.9-i5. Phi. Ke.23 3 -1,13. TP.13 5. Bo 3 2, 3, 2, 1b 1,2,10.

14 obey. De 16 12 Pr.5.13 Záp3.3. ug 4. Ac. 15.11.-15.37. Ro. 1.4, 5 the Lord Ki 8. 58 1 Ch. 99.19. 2 Co 29 - 13-10 6 Phi? 12, Th.

Ps.119.5.36. Pr 3.6. Je, 10.23. Ja 1.16.. 8. Philem 21 H.13.17. by this epistle, ert wer 16. Is. 51.3.12.-57 18. into. D. 306. Je 31.33. Ro 5.5. sote that man er, signify that man by 2.-06.13. Ro 15.13. 2C 1.3.6 - 29. 1 (0.3.3. G. 572. Ja 2.5. I no Xapistle 1.6 Mat is 17. Ro.16 11. eh.33. 1..62.7. Rol.11.-16

and into. P. 401 - 130 5,6 la I Co 39,11. Tit.3.10 that he Nule. 19. 2C.1.21 Col.27. I Th 3 36 L 12 36,1 kg $ Phí 3 20 21 14. Ear 9.6 P. 93.16. J. 3.3.-6.15.-31.

139. I Pe.5.10. Jode 24. in. Th. 1.3.10. 2 11.4. Tit. 2.13. He 9.29. 19. 20. Ece. 16 61..63 36.31,39. La 15. 2. i Joo.3.18.

2 P. 3.12. R. 3.10.11.-13.10. the pa 18 21.
tient waiting for Christ

er, the

15 count Le 19 17,19. I Co. 5.5. 2Co. CHAP. III.

patience of Christ. He 12 2,3. I P. 41 26.10.-10-13 10. G. 6.1. I Th.5.14. *aret Arr prayers for Ain. 6 in the I (0.5.4. 2 Co 2.10. Ep. 4. Jude 72,23 admonish Ps. 141.5. P..9.

7. festett hat condesc. 17. Col.3.17. I Th.4.1. I T1.5.21. -6 13, 9.-25.12. Mal. 1815. IC9.4.14. Tit. 3.10. ? is then. 3, ., maketare { ?Ti 4,J. that ye. ver 14,15. Mat. Ja 5.19.20 to God in their behalf. 5; 18,17. Ro.16.17. I COSIL 13 I 11.6.5. 16 the Lord of Ps 72.3.7. 196,7.

the dicari precepts, espe: 2 Ti. 3.5. H. 12. 15, 16, 3 Joo. 10, 11, Zec.6.13. 14.11. Jno. 14.27Ro. 15.33. *. .* idleness, and ill com waltet. ver. 7, 11. I Th. 4.11.-5.14. -16.20. 1Co 14.33. 2C0.5.19.21.-13.11. 6-15 i and then concludets after rer 10,14. ch.2.15

Ep.2.14.17. I Th 5.23. He 7.2.-13.20. prager and salutation, 16-18. 7 AoE 9 10 36.- L1, Phi 3, gite. Nu 6.26. 10.6.24, arg. P. 29.11.

11-19 | Th 6,1. | TilTit 31, - 9.10.13 26 12. - 45.7.-54.10 - 66 12. Mat 9.39. La 10.3. Ro. 15.30. 1 Pe 5.3 for ver 6. ITb 2.10.

Hag? 9. Jag 16 33. See on RJ.1. Pbi. Kp 6.19, 20. Col. 4.3. Tb.5. 8 .af ver. 12. Pr. 31. 27. Mat. 6.11. 4.7.9. T. Lord be. ver. 18. I sa 17. te:3 19.13 1. word. Ac.6.7. but Ac. 19.3.-90.34. IC 4. 12. 2Coil 137.-20.13. P. 46.7.11 1.8.10. Mat.1.23. - 1249-19 20 1 Co 16.9. 2 Ti, 9. TTL, Nigar See on I Th1.9. --29 20 211.4m Philem 25 5. free course. Gr. rua

9 Nof. Mal. 10.10. 1 Co 9.4..14. O. 17 wild. I Co 16.21. Col.4.19 the 1 A 139, eren. I Th. 1.5.-2 6,6 |Th7 6 to make. See on ver.7, taken. See on cb 15. Jos. 2.12. Sa, Joo 1315. I Pe.2.21.

17.19.
Ro. 15. 31. I Co. 15.32 10 wehen. L. 24.44. Jno.16.4. Ae. 20. 19 See on Ro.16.20,24.

CONCLUDING REMARKS ON THE EPISTLES TO THE THESSALONIANS. 'inst Epistle to the Themalesians, it is generally agreed, was the earliest writies of all St. Paul's epistles; -bence be reson and propriety of his assiety that it should be read in all the Christian churches of Macedonia - 1 res by the Lord, that this Epistle be read ublu all the baly brethren.' (cb. v. 27.) The existence of this clause,

De Paley.'s as evidence of its authenticity, because, to produce a letter, perporting to have been publlely the cbarcbal Thessaloarea, whee og such letter bad been read or heard or in thal church, would be to produce len destructive of itself. Either the Epistle was publicly read in the church of Thessalonien, during St Paul's

et it a Bot If it was, se publiealise could be more setbentic, bu species of Batariely sere unquestionable, we presen.se the integrity of the copy more secure. If it as bot, the clause would retain a standing con

eribe forgery, and one would suppose, an invincible impediment to its suecoss. Its genuinedes, bowever,

been disputed and it has been sbiversal received in the Christian chureh, as the inspired production of st. bine the earliest period to the present day. The circumstance of this injunction beine giren, in the first episto the Apostle wrote, also implies i strong and avowed claim to the character of an inspired enter, as is fart it placed

os the same ground with those of Moses and the ancient prophets The Second Episte, besides those marks tiesent and authurity which it possesses is common with the obers, bears the highest evidence of its divina La, le the representation which it contains of the papal power, under the characters of the Man of sie,' and the **9 ofisiquity.' The true Christian worship is the worship of the age only God, through the one enly Mediator, * Cbrist Jesus; and free this worship the church of Rome bas most notoriously departed, by substitutiogether be sue of sia is the Pope, bot only on account of the disgracelul lives of many of them, but by means of their cu doctrices and principles; dispensing will the most pecessary duties, selling pardoes mod indulgences for # abominable crimes, and perverting the worship of God to the fronsest supersitive and idolatry fib. ctief design of the Apostle, in writing to the Thessalonians, to confirm them in the faith, to animate them **oeous profession of the Gospel, and to the practice of all the duties of Christianity, but to suppose, with Dr. Well, that he intended to prove the divine authority of Christianity by chain of regular arguments, to which he ped the several objections which the beathen philosophers are supposed to bare advanced, seeius quite forego to al ter of the epistles, and to be grounded a mistaken noties, that the philosophers designed at sa early period tossa a regular disputatian with the Christians, when in fact they dended them as enthusiasts, and branded their **1 *** (alisheru. te perswadee of his graad object, it is remarkable,' sag. Dr. Dolandge, with how much u be improves all the istuence which bisteal and fidelity in their service must naturally give his, to inculate

bem iba precepts of the gospel, sed persuade them to set agreeably to their sacred character This was the grand headaaya topt is view, and to which every thing else was made tubservient. Nothing appears, in any part of his er, e design to establish bis we reputatian, or to make use of bis ascendancy over his Christian friends to * By color purposes of bis own On the contrary, in this and in his other episties, he discovers a most generous, berested regard for their selfare, expressly disclaiming any authority ever their conscienees, and appealing to thea, bu had chosen to baintain himself by the labour of his own bands, rather than prove burdensoane to the churches, te the least colour of suspicion, that, under real far the guepel, and coscern for their imprasement, be was carrying 19 prieste sisseter view

The discovery of so excellent temper must be allowed to carry with it a strong presump mest in favour of the dertribes he taught... And, iedeed, who ser reade St. Paul's platles with attention, and **ist the spirit with which they were written, will discere such intrinsic characters of ibeir geneisebess, and the ** bularity of the doctrines they contain, « will, perbapa, produce in hio stronger conviction than all the real esidence with which they are attended.' These remarks are exceedingly well grounded and highly important to se siber Epistles can they apply with greater foree than the presentavat excellent productions of the lespired itle The lastima ebapters of the first epistle, in particular, as Dr. 4. ('larke justly abserves, are certainly AMUDR Bent inportant, and the most sublime in the New Testament The general jodkorent, the resurrection of the body, the states of the quick and the dead, the varighteous and the just, are described, concisely indeed, but they are arted in the most striking and affecting poials of view'

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