Verse by Verse: 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13
Now my friends we come to the closing verses in 2 Thessalonians Chapter 3. And we're going to begin at verse 6. There was everything in that assembly that pleased, uh, the apostle Paul. And the, and if it pleased the apostle Paul, then we are sure that it pleased the Lord. He found nothing in this chance to criticize. There is nothing in these two books against them. But in the last part of this chapter, there is a warning. There were something that the apostle Paul noticed, something that he had heard about. And it was not against the assembly, but he wrote it more as a warning, a warning about something that if they were not watchful and they did not recognize it as an evil, it might work a great deal of harm against their testimony among the pagans in the midst of which they live.
Biola Hour; 2 Thessalonians; Salvation
Talbot, Louis T., "Verse by Verse: 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13" (1930). 1930-1939. mp3 41.