2 Thessalonians 1

Wherefore, comfort ye one another with these words.PAUL and Sylvanus and Timothy, to the church of the Thessalonians, which is in God our Father and our Lord Jesus the Messiah: Grace be with you, and peace, from God our Father, and from our Lord Jesus the Messiah. We are bound to give thanks to God always, on your account, my brethren, as it is proper; because your faith groweth exceedingly, and, in you all, the love of each for his fellow increaseth. Insomuch that we also boast of you in the churches of God, on account of your faith, and your patience in all the persecution and trials that ye endure; for a demonstration of the righteous judgment of God; that ye may be worthy of his kingdom, on account of which ye suffer. And since it is a righteous thing with God, to recompense trouble to them that trouble you: and you, who are the troubled, he will vivify, with us, at the manifestation of our Lord Jesus the Messiah from heaven, with the host of his angels; when he will execute vengeance, with the burning of fire, on them that know not God, and on them that acknowledge not the gospel of our Lord Jesus the Messiah. For these will be recompensed with the judgment of eternal destruction, from the presence of our Lord, and from the glory of his power; 10 when he shall come to be glorified in his saints, and to display his wonders in his faithful ones; for our testimony concerning you, will be believed, in that day. 11 Therefore we pray for you, at all times; that God would make you worthy of your calling, and would fill you with all readiness for good deeds, and with the works of faith by power; 12 so that the name of our Lord Jesus the Messiah, may be glorified in you, (and) ye also in him; according to the grace of God, and of our Lord Jesus the Messiah.
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