1 Thessalonias Contains No Quotes From The Old Testament. But of the precise times when this shall be. Usually when jesus was confronted with opposition, he answered on the basis of his own authority.
3 we remember before our god and father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance. One unfortunate result is that books like 2 peter, jude, and revelation, which contain old testament allusions in almost every verse, are almost completely absent from the list. Most english bibles are pretty good at showing you where old testament quotations in the new testament came from.
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But of the precise times when this shall be. Paul often greets with the words “grace and peace.”. 2 and sent timotheus, our brother, and minister of god, and our fellowlabourer in the gospel of christ, to establish you, and to comfort you concerning your faith:
Two Letters That Paul Wrote To The Church In Thessalonica Are Preserved In The New Testament.
This epistle comes after timothy had returned to paul and silas. But make more progress still. For this in general ye do know;
Both Silas And Timothy Are Mentioned At The Beginning Of Both Of Paul's Letters To The Thessalonians.
2 we always thank god for all of you and continually mention you in our prayers. Λαλοῦμεν, 1 thessalonians 2:4), in the. It was the first he wrote to european christians, and in it the fundamental things of the christian life are very clearly set forth.” (g.
(Thanksgiving For The Thessalonians’ Faith.
Apostle paul's first letter to the people of thessalonica is written to encourage and reassure the early church there. (2) it is overlooked that λόγος κολακείας finds in the context its full import and reference, inasmuch as the apostle, in complete conformity to the contents of the preceding verses (comp. For example “you are my son, today i have begotten you” is quoted form psalms 2:7 in 4 different places in the new testament:
Book Direct/Indirect Citations Total Citations & Allusions Matthew 44 (49) 77 (102).
(ii) it is a praying church. That leads to a discussion of “the righteous judgment of god” (1:5). Although paul seems to spend the first 3 chapters recounting his previous dealings with the church, and his attempts to visit them earlier but for the work of satan (ch.2:18), the book in general is eschatologically based.