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Questions about the Book of Second Thessalonians

The book of Second Thessalonians is the fourteenth book of the New Testament. This epistle to the Second Thessalonians was written by Paul shortly after he wrote his first letter to them. This book can be divided into three parts: 1) The comfort in persecution. 2) The Day of the Lord, and the Man of Sin. 3) The exhortations and instructions. The author of this book is Paul. Listed below are questions on the book of Second Thessalonians. These questions can be used freely for Sunday school or bible study to help all young Christians study the scriptures. My prayers are with you always and may God bless you in your studies.

II Thessalonians Chapter 1

1) What two blessings does Paul’s greeting includes prayer for? (II Thessalonians 1:2)

2) What threefold spiritual growth in the lives of the Thessalonians led Paul to give thanks? (II Thessalonians 1:3-4)

3) What blessing is promised these persecuted believers? (II Thessalonians 1:5)

4) What are the oppressed for Jesus Christ’s sake bidden to do? (II Thessalonians 1:7)

5) What will be the portion of all who reject Jesus Christ? (II Thessalonians 1:9)

6) In whom will Jesus Christ be glorified when He comes again? (II Thessalonians 1:10)

7) Paul’s prayer can be answered only ”with power” from whom in this verse? (II Thessalonians 1:11)

8) What worthy motive prompted Paul’s prayer in verse twelve? (II Thessalonians 1:12)

II Thessalonians Chapter 2

1) What does Paul tell the people not to be shaken in, because the day of the Lord is at hand? (II Thessalonians 2:2)

2) What are these three proofs that Paul stated in verse three? (II Thessalonians 2:3)

3) When the “man of sin or the son of perdition” is revealed, what honor will he demand? (II Thessalonians 2:4)

4) What judgment will the Lord Jesus Christ execute upon this lawless one? (II Thessalonians 2:8)

5) What and why did Paul say about all of the ones that had deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish? (II Thessalonians 2:10)

6) When God sent the people a strong delusion, what did they believe? (II Thessalonians 2:11)

7) Because they believed not the truth, they all were judged for what else? (II Thessalonians 2:12)

8) Who did Paul thank for them in this verse? (II Thessalonians 2:13)

9) To whom did Paul say we were chosen for in this verse? (II Thessalonians 2:13)

10) What two things did Paul say to the brethrens to do in this verse? (II Thessalonians 2:15)

11) What did Paul tell the Thessalonians brothers to do in this verse? (II Thessalonians 2:17)

II Thessalonians Chapter 3

1) What two petitions in prayer does the apostle Paul mention here in this verse? (II Thessalonians 3:1-2)

2) How does Paul express his approval of the Thessalonians for having “glorified the word of the Lord”? (II Thessalonians 3:1)

3) Paul trusted the faithfulness of the Lord Jesus Christ for what twofold spiritual growth in the lives of the Thessalonians? (II Thessalonians 3:3)

4) Paul’s prayer in verse five is for what two petitions? (II Thessalonians 3:5)

5) What did Paul command the brethrens to do in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ? (II Thessalonians 3:6)

6) How had Paul’s conduct in Thessalonica been an example in these things? (II Thessalonians 3:7-8)

7) What two reasons did Paul give for thus earning his daily bread? (II Thessalonians 3:8-9)

8) What command had Paul given the Thessalonians when he was with them? (II Thessalonians 3:10)

9) What did Paul say that they had heard that there are some among you that were disorderly and were doing what? (II Thessalonians 3:11)

10) What encouragement does Paul give to those who had been obedient in these things? (II Thessalonians 3:13)

11) What did Paul say about any man not obeying the word, but note that man, and have no company with him, but yet count him as a what? (II Thessalonians 3:14-15)

Note: I pray that these questions have helped your study and under standing of Gods’ word in the Bible. Please feel free to pass them on to other people if they have helped you.

Your, Brother in Christ

Frank Rose