The second epistle unto Timotheus, ordained the first bishop of the assembly of the Ephesians, was
written from prison in Rome.
The original Greek will be used often.
Paul talks about Abraham and our ancestors. The faith of our forefathers.
Paul is acknowledging the forefathers, namely Abraham. The Bible is a book about a family, the race of Adam, and more specifically the seed of Abraham who is the father of the anglo-saxon peoples of Europe and America. We are the descendants of the 12 tribes of Jacob.
Timothy's mother was an Israelite of the house of Judah, a Judaean. His father was a Greek.
The 'gift' is from the promises made to Abraham. Salvation (preservation) is ours not because we believe, or because of works. We, being of the seed of Abraham, have access to this “free gift” when we walk in allegiance to the faith of Abraham.
Being led by the Spirit of Yahweh, we are the sons of Yahweh. When we imitate Christ's example, we are placed into position of sons, eligible for the inheritance.
The”churches” teach that anyone who “believes” becomes “adopted”. The english word 'adopted' does not mean what the Greek word 'uiothesia' means. Uiothesia means 'placement of son'. The word has to do with kinship, and nothing to do with bringing in other races.
The “churches” today are ashamed, they don't rebuke sinners, they don't teach the exclusivity of the promises to Abraham's seed, they don't call on the name of Yahshua the Anointed or Yahweh our Father. They don't stand up for righteousness in the midst of controversy. They tolerate ungodliness by allowing mixed race couples and homosexuals in.
The Greek reads: “...given to us among the number of Christ Yahshua...”
Although we must work towards the
Works is a reference to the rituals of the law, the sacrificial ordinances. These ended when Christ died.
“Gentile” does not mean 'non-Israelite', as the “churches” teach.
Gentile is a latin word that means nation, kin or race. Any nation, race or kin. The “church” teaching deliberately separates the 2 houses of Israel, which are of the same kin, Abraham's seed, and attributes Israelites as the Jews and everyone else as “Gentiles”.
Paul was the apostle to the dispersed Nations of Israel that lost or forgot who they were, resulting from captivity and migration.
Note: In the oldest manuscripts, 'of the Gentiles' is not even in the texts.
Paul was not ashamed to teach through the sufferings of trying to get those ignorant Israelites to understand and remember their heritage. (Eph 3:1)
Only Adam's race had Yahweh's Spirit (DNA) breathed into us.
A possible reference to Phygellus and Hermogenes disappearing when Paul was arrested.
Christians should not get entangled in the matters of this world, or society.
“Just believe”? We must fight the good fight for our Redeemer. (1 Tim 1:18)
The mastery of worldly things is for nothing. The mastery of heavenly things is everything.
A soldier is supposed to fight the good fight.
Seed of David. Let's recap this seedline. It starts with the Spirit (DNA) breathed into Adam. It then follows through Seth to Noah, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Jacob's 12 sons and their descendants, who are the white Nations of Europe and America. Christ is from Judah's line which Yahweh designated for the kingly line of Israel. Queen Elizabeth II is of the lineage of Judah. And she is white as snow. Only Abraham's seed through Jacob are the 'called out', chosen, set apart posterity of the elect of Yahweh.
There is still no guarantee. The elect still has to strive for allegiance in and imitation of Christ.
Elect is used 4x in the OT. Isaiah 42:1, 45:4, 65:9, 65:22. The Elect of Israel every time. Elect is used 16x in the NT. Elect of Israel every time.
How will you suffer if you are “raptured”? Denying Him also means not understanding your heritage and your purpose. It's not to “just believe”, and to tolerate apostasy.
Going to “church” is not studying. Believing what your “preacher” says is not studying. You can go to “church” and listen to your “preacher” all you want, but check the scriptures and use a concordance and other study tools to discern if what you are receiving is truth according to scripture. You may not see it yet, but the “churches” are not following scripture.
Is it godly to worship a Jesus of the race of vipers? To seek “personal salvation” instead of loving your brethren and building the kingdom? To “just believe” and declare that “your saved”? To tolerate homosexuals and mixed races in the assemblies? To eat pork and other unclean animals? To not even know and use the name of our God and our Savior?
Whom Paul surrendered unto the Adversary, that they may learn not to blaspheme.
Paul cast out the blasphemers.
The Greek has 'restoration', not 'resurrection'. The restoration comes with the 2nd Advent.
Them that are His. Who was placed on the alter and dedicated to Yahweh? Was it a Negro, or an Asian or Mexican? Absolutely not, they were still eating each other at that time elsewhere. Isaac was dedicated to Yahweh, in his seed (Jacob) shall the chosen of God be 'called'. Christ came only for the lost sheep of the house of Israel.
Do you know the name of Christ? It is Yahshua. Yah-God Shua-saves (preserves).
The great house is the family of Yahweh. The vessels of honor (mercy) are the children of Jacob/Israel. The vessels of dishonor (destruction) are the children of Esau/Edom.
'thing' is italicized. It was added.
This verse is about race mixing. Yahweh demands we be separate from the other races. When two different races mix, that child is a bastard, a broken cistern that cannot hold the Spirit. Did Yahweh create the mule? (Deut 23:2)
Is America being separate from the unclean? Absolutely not. It's 11/2014 and Obama just gave amnesty to over 5 million aliens. Broken cisterns. Not of the seed of Abraham.
Don't argue over ignorant inquiries.
It's up to Yahweh to open their eyes. All we can do is put ourselves in position to be worthy of understanding by repentance and acknowledgment.
It's not the Devil we are taken captive by, it's his children (Canaanites and Edomites, Jews) that are our adversary.
The Devil doesn't make us sin. The lust of the Devil performed through his children that beguile and captivate our fleshly desires.
This is describing the “church” age of Laodicea from the book of Revelation. The final age before our Prince returns as King. Since the 1850's, America went from a white christian nation to a melting pot of everything the scriptures warned us about. And to be blunt, it's our own fault for not heeding the word of Yahweh. He told us over and over to rebuke misconduct. Be a separate people. Be an example to the world (society). Watch for the serpent seed and their leaven. Be obedient. We didn't get it 5000 years before Christ nor 2000 years after He came and showed us.
Piety- veneration (respect) or reverence (fear mingled with respect) of Yahweh and love of His character, or veneration
the exercise of these affections in obedience to His will and devotion to His service.
The sects of the scribes, Sadducees and Pharisees had a form of piety. Christ will explain:
Always learning the wrong stuff, and it happens every Sunday in “church”.
The staff of Aaron that became a serpent and swallowed the other staffs/serpents.
The “rapture” is not Yahweh's plan. It is man's idea. Scripture tells us we will be tried in the fire. This life is our test to see if we can imitate Christ's example and encourage others, and rebuke the unrighteous.
If you don't use your God given brain to examine what you are being taught and to discern what is good from evil, then you will remain ignorant and believe the misinformation. You won't see it, but you will be delusional and believe a lie.
It is easier to fool people, than to convince them that they have been fooled.
The scriptures are beneficial for correction. That instructs us to examine the evidence. Come off auto pilot and see if true scripture backs up “church” doctrine.
Defense of the faith.
Such as the “rapture”. It sure sounds great. “Just believe” and be taken out of here before the fit hits the shan. Christ wasn't “raptured”. He went through tribulation and now look at Him. Immortal. His example is our path.
Paul was in prison in Rome and likely about to be executed.
Paul was not waiting for the “rapture”. He was 'called, and chosen' by Yahweh to suffer persecution and bring His word to His people.
It doesn't say “escape temptation and miss the trial and be given life for just believing”.
The Old Testament was still relevant.
The “churches” teach that the OT was then and NT is for the “church”.
The scriptures teach that the people of the OT are the same in the NT. The seed of Abraham.
Note: The translators chose to use 'preserve' instead of 'saved'. It's the same word in Greek. The “churches” use the word 'saved' like it is a one and done thing. When you understand the meaning of words in scripture, they reveal a whole new light. There is no such thing as being “saved” like the “churches” teach. Which is a self declaration of salvation, like it's up to you. We must understand the word as meaning 'preservation'. When we walk in His example, we are being preserved during this mortal life, tried through the fire, and if we remained in allegiance (the faith, of Abraham and of Christ) we are placed into position of son (“adopted”) and shed our mortal bodies and put on an incorruptible body, reigning with our King here on earth, as it is in Heaven.
Pudens, Linus and Claudia were Brits from the house of Zarah that came to Rome.
That Luke was with Paul in Rome we know and that Paul knew members of the British royal family, held as hostages in Rome, is apparent from greetings he addressed to them by name in this second letter to Timothy. This family in Rome consisted of Cymbeline or Bran the Blessed ('Bran' is the Celtic word for 'King' as may be verified today in any lexicon of the Welsh language), his son Caractacus, with the latter's sons Eubulus and Linus, and daughter Gladys. This daughter received favor from the Emperor Claudius and was renamed Claudia on her marriage to a Roman named Rufus Pudens. Bran was released (before Caractacus), and returned to Britain in 58 AD having accepted the Christian message from Paul and Luke.
TIMOTHY 2 – CHURCH DOCTRINE VS. SCRIPTURE
Below are 3 sources of what the modern churches preach today about the book of Timothy 2.
The purpose is to expose the apostasy and perversion of the scriptures, and to educate our people about the truth of our heritage. That we, the anglo-saxon race who are the descendants of ancient Israel, are the people of Abraham's seed and therefore the heirs of the promises of Yahweh. Not the Jews who distort and pervert the scriptures and teach the 'traditions of men'.
The book of 1st Timothy is a Pastoral Epistle (letter from Paul to a church (assembly) leader). The author is Paul who wrote it approximately 62 A.D. The key personalities are the Apostle Paul and Timothy. It was written to give encouragement and leadership guidelines to a young pastor named Timothy at the church (assembly) in Ephesus.
• Chapter 1 begins with a greeting to Timothy, then quickly turns to a warning against false teachings, and an emphasis on correct beliefs. Paul encourages him to “fight the good fight” (vs. 18).
• In chapters 2-4, Paul declares that God desires salvation (preservation) for everyone, “Who desires all men to be saved (preserved) and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (2:4).
Paul then teaches that, “For there is one God, and one mediator also between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (2:5).
Next, Paul lays some important guidelines and principles for church (assembly) leadership. He taught the controversial subject of women in the church (assembly) and what the two offices of leadership in the church were to be, the Overseer and the Deacon. These hierarchies are established by man. No man is above another. A minister of truth is anyone with understanding. He even taught some of the practices that should be carried out in the church (assembly) such as, “give attention to the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation and teaching” (4:13). We don't do this in our country anymore!
• Chapter 5-6, Paul gives guidelines for relationships within the church (assembly) as he explains how to deal with discipline and care for widows. He gives advice of how to minister and lays more guidelines for the wealthy instructing them to be generous. “Instruct those who are rich in this present world (society) not to be conceited or to fix their hope on the uncertainty of riches, but on God, who richly supplies us with all things to enjoy” (6:17).
"Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen." (1:17)
Summary of the Book of 2 Timothy
After Paul's release from prison in Rome in a.d. 62, and after his fourth missionary journey, during which he wrote 1 Timothy and Titus, Paul was again imprisoned under Emperor Nero c. 66-67. It was during this time that he wrote 2 Timothy. There is no evidence Paul was released from prison in Rome, he was most likely executed by Nero in 62.
Reasons for Writing
Paul had three reasons for writing to Timothy at this time:
Paul was lonely. Really?!? Phygelus and Hermogenes, "everyone in the province of Asia" (1:15), and Demas (4:10) had deserted him. Crescens, Titus and Tychicus were away (4:10-12), and only Luke was with him (4:11). Paul wanted very much for Timothy to join him also. Timothy was his "fellow worker" (Rom 16:21), who "as a son with his father" (Php 2:22) had served closely with Paul (1Co 4:17). Of him Paul could say, "I have no one else like him" (Php 2:20). Paul longed for Timothy (1:4) and twice asked him to come soon (4:9,21).
Paul was concerned about the welfare of the churches (assemblies) during this time of persecution under Nero, and he admonishes Timothy to guard the gospel (1:14), to persevere in it (3:14), to keep on preaching it (4:2) and, if necessary, to suffer for it (1:8; 2:3).
Paul wanted to write to the Ephesian church (assembly) through his letter to Timothy.
Who wrote the book?
By the time Paul wrote his second letter to Timothy, the young pastor had been ministering to the church (assembly) at Ephesus for four years, and it had been almost that long since he had received his first letter from Paul. Timothy had been a faithful servant to Paul since he had left home with the apostle more than a decade earlier. Since then, Timothy had ministered alongside Paul for the duration of both the second and third missionary journeys, in places such as Troas, Philippi, and Corinth. Timothy was not unfamiliar to the Ephesians when he settled in Ephesus to minister, having served there alongside Paul for a period of close to three years on Paul’s third missionary journey. Paul wrote again to this young leader in the church (assembly) at Ephesus to provide him encouragement and fortitude in the face of difficulties and trials.
Where are we?
Paul wrote 2 Timothy from a dark and damp Roman prison cell, just before his death in AD 67. 62 AD. The Roman emperor Nero had been slowly descending into madness since his ascent to the throne in AD 54, a process exacerbated by the great fire of Rome in AD 64 that burned half the city. With the residents of Rome in an uproar, Christians became a convenient target for Nero, who used believers as scapegoats for his city’s own lack of preparedness. Paul was one of those caught up in this persecution and was beheaded by Roman officials soon after writing this letter. Likely 62 AD.
Why is Second Timothy so important?
The second letter to Timothy offers a picture of Paul at the end of his ministry, just before his death. Certain personal details in the letter reveal a man settling his accounts and preparing for the inevitable. At the close of the letter, Paul mentioned a significant number of people—some who had wronged him and others who had served faithfully alongside him (2 Timothy 4:9–21). It is as if Paul were giving Timothy a “state of the church (assembly)” address, updating Timothy on the current state of their acquaintances and friends so that the young pastor could carry on after Paul’s departure.
What's the big idea?
Paul understood that the ministry would only become more difficult for Timothy with the apostle’s impending death. (Indeed, at some point after this letter from Paul, Timothy was imprisoned for his faith [Hebrews 13:23]). Paul knew that Timothy’s task of keeping the church (assembly) within the bounds of sound doctrine while encouraging believers (saints) to live their lives well for the sake of Christ would be an often thankless and difficult task. Though hardship would come, Paul wanted Timothy to continue in those things he had learned, drawing on the rich heritage of faith that had been passed down to the young pastor, not just from Paul but also from his mother and grandmother (2 Timothy 1:5–6; 3:14–15).
The most striking feature of Paul’s encouragement comes when the aging apostle used a phrase that showed up prominently in his letter to Timothy four years prior. In that earlier letter, Paul exhorted Timothy to “fight the good fight” (1 Timothy 1:18; 6:12). But in this letter, Paul turned that phrase on himself, writing that he had “fought the good fight . . . finished the course . . . [and] kept the faith” (2 Timothy 4:7). What a great encouragement it must have been to the young pastor of the church (assembly) at Ephesus to know that his mentor boldly modeled his perseverance in the faith, even to the point of death.
How do I apply this?
Second Timothy brings us to the brink of death, forcing us to consider its reality and how we might react when faced with it. Paul’s response instructs us still today. His mind was not on himself, dwelling on the injustice that had befallen him. Instead, trusting that God had him right where He wanted him, the aging apostle turned his attention to others, specifically to the church (assembly) and to his young protégé, Timothy.
Where do you hope your thoughts linger as you come to the end of your days?
If you walk in allegiance to the Prince and His example you don't have to worry about it.