logo-small

1 Thessalonians 1:10

And to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, who delivered us from the wrath to come.
Read Chapter 1

Interlinear Gloss

AD 1480
Jesus, who has rescued us from the approaching wrath Through the work on the Cross He became the Savior of His people. Therefore, baptism sets us free from sin, for future liberation, and from eternal punishment.

John Chrysostom

AD 407
Here also he introduced an exhortation, which is the part of one who would make his discourse less offensive. And to wait, he says, for His Son from heaven, whom He raised from the dead, even Jesus, which delivers us from the wrath to come. And to wait, he says, for His Son from heaven; Him that was crucified, Him that was buried; to wait for Him from heaven. And how from heaven? Whom He raised from the dead. You see all things at the same time; both the Resurrection, and the Ascension, and the second Coming, the Judgment, the retribution of the just, the punishment of the wicked. Jesus, he says, which delivers us from the wrath to come. This is at once comfort, and exhortation, and encouragement. For if He raised Him from the dead, and He is in heaven, and thence will come, (and you believed in Him; for if you had not believed in Him, you would not have suffered so much), this of itself is sufficient comfort. These shall suffer punishment, which he says in his second epistle, and you ...

Nicholas of Lyra

AD 1349
Jesus, who has rescued us from the approaching wrath that is the punishment of Gehenna.

Thomas Aquinas

AD 1274
whom he raised up from the dead The Divine power is the same thing as the operation of the Father and the Son; accordingly these two things are mutually consequent, that Christ was raised up by the Divine power of the Father, and by His own power.

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. - 2 Peter 1:20

App Store LogoPlay Store Logo