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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - 2 Thessalonians 3:14


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    King James Bible - 2 Thessalonians 3:14

    And if any man obey not our word by this epistle, note that man, and have no company with him, that he may be ashamed.

    World English Bible

    If any man doesn't obey our word in this letter, note that man, that you have no
    company with him, to the end that he may be ashamed.

    Douay-Rheims - 2 Thessalonians 3:14

    And if any man obey not our word by this epistle, note that man, and do not keep
    company with him, that he may be ashamed:

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And if any man obeyeth not our word by this epistle, note that man, and have no
    company with him, that he may be ashamed.

    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (14) -
    De 16:12 Pr 5:13 Zep 3:2 2Co 2:9; 7:15; 10:6 Php 2:12 1Th 4:8

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 3:14

    Y si alguno no obedeciere a nuestra palabra por esta carta, notad al tal, y no os juntis con l, para que se avergence.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Thessalonians 3:14

    Verse 14. If any man obey not] They had disobeyed his word in the first
    epistle, and the Church still continued to bear with them; now he tells the Church, if they still continue to disregard what is said to them, and particularly his word by this second epistle, they are to mark them as being totally incorrigible, and have no fellowship with them.

    Some construe the words dia thv epistolhv with touton shmeiousqe? Give me information of that man by a letter - let me hear of his continued obstinacy, and send me his name. This was probably in order to excommunicate him, and deliver him over to Satan for the destruction of the body, that the spirit might be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus. The words of the original will bear either construction, that in the text, or that given above.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 14. And if any man obey not our word , &c.] Of command, to work quietly, and eat his own bread, now signified by this epistle, particularly in ( 2 Thessalonians 3:12), note that man ; some read this clause in connection with the preceding phrase, by this epistle, or by an epistle; and so the Ethiopic version, show, or signify him by an epistle; that is, give us notice of it by an epistle, that we may take him under our cognizance, and severely chastise him, according to the power and authority given us by Christ; but that phrase rather belongs to the preceding words: and the clause here respects the notice the church should take of such a person; not in a private way, or merely by way of admonition and reproof, such as is given before rejection from communion; but by the black mark of excommunication; lay him under censure, exclude him from your communion, put a brand upon him as a scabbed sheep, and separate him from the flock; and so the Syriac version renders it, rpty , let him be separated from you and this sense is confirmed by what follows, and have no company with him ; as little as can be in common and civil conversation, lest he should take encouragement from thence to continue in his sin, and lest others should think it is connived at; and much less at the Lord's table, or in a sacred and religious conversation, or in a way of church fellowship and communion: that he may be ashamed ; that he may have his eyes turned in him, as the word signifies, and he may be brought to a sight and sense of his sin, and be filled with shame for it, and loath it, and himself on the account of it, and truly repent of it, and forsake it; and this is the end of excommunication, at least one end, and a principal end of it, to recover persons out of the snare of the devil, and return them from the error of their ways: so the Jews say f18 , in matters of heaven (of God or religion), if a man does not return privately, ymylkm , they put him to shame publicly; and publish his sin, and reproach him to his face, and despise and set him at nought until he returns to do well.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 6-15 - Those who have received the
    gospel, are to live according to the gospel. Such as could work, and would not, were not to be maintained i idleness. Christianity is not to countenance slothfulness, which woul consume what is meant to encourage the industrious, and to support the sick and afflicted. Industry in our callings as men, is a duty require by our calling as Christians. But some expected to be maintained i idleness, and indulged a curious and conceited temper. They meddle with the concerns of others, and did much harm. It is a great error an abuse of religion, to make it a cloak for idleness or any other sin The servant who waits for the coming of his Lord aright, must be working as his Lord has commanded. If we are idle, the devil and corrupt heart will soon find us somewhat to do. The mind of man is busy thing; if it is not employed in doing good, it will be doing evil It is an excellent, but rare union, to be active in our own business yet quiet as to other people's. If any refused to labour with quietness, they were to note him with censure, and to separate from his company, yet they were to seek his good by loving admonitions. The Lords is with you while you are with him. Hold on your way, and hold of to the end. We must never give over, or tire in our work. It will be time enough to rest when we come to heaven.


    Greek Textus Receptus


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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    14. By this
    epistle. Connect with our word. The message we send in this letter. Not, as some, with the following words, note that man in your epistle.

    Note (shmeiousqe). N.T.o . Lit. set a mark on. The nature of the mark is indicated in the next clause.

    Have no company with (mh sunanamignusqai). P o . See on 1 Corinthians v. 9.

    Be ashamed (entraph). See on Matt. xxi. 37, and 1 Cor. iv. 14.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    3:14 {And if any one obeyeth not our word by this epistle} (ei de tis ouc hupakouei twi logwi hemwn dia tes epistoles). Paul sums up the issue bluntly with this ultimatum. Condition of the first class, with negative ou, assuming it to be true. {Note that man} (touton semeiousqe). Late verb semeiow, from semeion, sign, mark, token. Put a tag on that man. Here only in N.T. "The verb is regularly used for the signature to a receipt or formal notice in the papyri and the ostraca of the Imperial period" (Moulton & Milligan's _Vocabulary_). How this is to be done (by letter or in public meeting) Paul does not say. {That ye have no company with him} (me sunanamignusqai autwi). The MSS. are divided between the present middle infinitive as above in a command like #Ro 12:15; Php 3:16 or the present middle imperative sunanamignusqe (-ai and -e often being pronounced alike in the _Koin_). The infinitive can also be explained as an indirect command. this double compound verb is late, in LXX and Plutarch, in N.T. only here and #1Co 5:9,11. autwi is in associative instrumental case. {To the end that he may be ashamed} (hina entrapei). Purpose clause with hina. Second aorist passive subjunctive of entrepw, to turn on, middle to turn on oneself or to put to shame, passive to be made ashamed. The idea is to have one's thoughts turned in on oneself.


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