2 Tessalonicenses 2

1 We entreat and you, brethren, concerning the presence of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, and of us assembling to him,

2 in order that not quickly to be shaken you from the mind, nor to be alarmed neither by a spirit, nor by a word, nor by a letter as by means of us, as that has come close the day of the Lord.

3 No one you should delude by any turn; because, if not may come the falling away first, and may be revealed the man of the sin, the son of the destruction,

4 he opposing and lifting up himself above all being called a god or an august object, so that him into the temple of the God to be seated, openly showing himself, that he is a god.

5 Not remember you, that still being with you, these things I said to you?

6 and now the restraining thing you know, in order that to be revealed him in the of himself season.

7 The for secret thing already works of the lawlessness, only the one restraining now till out of midst it may be;

8 and then will be revealed the lawless one; whom the Lord Jesus will consume with the breath of the mouth of himself, and will make powerless by the appearing of the presence of himself;

9 of whom in the presence, according to an energy of the adversary, with all power and signs and wonders of falsehood,

10 and with every deception of the iniquity, in those perishing; because as the love of the truth not they received in order that to be saved them.

11 And because of this will send to them the God a strong working of deceit, in order that to believe them the falsehood;

12 so that may be judged all those not having believed the truth, but having delighted in the iniquity.

13 We but are bound to give thanks to the God always concerning you, brethren being beloved by Lord, because chose you the God from a beginning for salvation in sanctification of spirit and belief of truth;

14 into which he called you by means of the glad tidings of us, for obtaining glory of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed.

15 So then, brethren, stand you, and hold you fast the traditions, which you were taught, whether through a word or by a letter of us.

16 Himself but the Lord of us Jesus Anointed, and the God and Father of us he having loved us and having given a consolation age–lasting and a hope good by favor,

17 may comfort of you the hearts, and may establish you in every word and work good.