Tribulation is Not wrath

Tribulation is Not wrath:
G3986 – peirasmos πειρασμός
1) an experiment, attempt, trial, proving
a) trial, proving: the trial made of you by my bodily condition, since condition served as to test the love of the Galatians toward Paul (Gal. 4:14)
b) the trial of man’s fidelity, integrity, virtue, constancy
1) an enticement to sin, temptation, whether arising from the desires or from the outward circumstances
2) an internal temptation to sin
a) of the temptation by which the devil sought to divert Jesus the Messiah from his divine errand
3) of the condition of things, or a mental state, by which we are enticed to sin, or to a lapse from the faith and holiness
4) adversity, affliction, trouble: sent by God and serving to test or prove one’s character, faith, holiness
c) temptation (i.e. trial) of God by men
1) rebellion against God, by which his power and justice are, as it were, put to the proof and challenged to show themselves.
– peirazō πειράζω
1) to try whether a thing can be done
a) to attempt, endeavour
2) to try, make trial of, test: for the purpose of ascertaining his quantity, or what he thinks, or how he will behave himself
a) in a good sense
b) in a bad sense, to test one maliciously, craftily to put to the proof his feelings or judgments
c) to try or test one’s faith, virtue, character, by enticement to sin
1) to solicit to sin, to tempt
a) of the temptations of the devil
d) after the OT usage
1) of God: to inflict evils upon one in order to prove his character and the steadfastness of his faith
2) men are said to tempt God by exhibitions of distrust, as though they wished to try whether he is not justly distrusted
3) by impious or wicked conduct to test God’s justice and patience, and to challenge him, as it were to give proof of his perfections.
1) a trial, experience, attempt
2) to attempt a thing, to make trial of a thing or of a person
3) to have a trial of a thing
4) to experience, learn to know by experience.
– hypomonē
1) steadfastness, constancy, endurance
a) in the NT the characteristic of a man who is not swerved from his deliberate purpose and his loyalty to faith and piety by even the greatest trials and sufferings
b) patiently, and steadfastly
2) a patient, steadfast waiting for
3) a patient enduring, sustaining, perseverance
from:
G5278 – hypomenō
1) to remain
a) to tarry behind
2) to remain i.e. abide, not recede or flee
a) to preserve: under misfortunes and trials to hold fast to one’s faith in Christ
b) to endure, bear bravely and calmly: ill treatments.
Tribulation=
G2347 – thlipsis θλῖψις
Transliteration
thlipsis
Pronunciation
thlē’-psēs (Key)
Part of Speech
feminine noun
Root Word (Etymology)
From θλίβω (G2346)
Outline of Biblical Usage 1) a pressing, pressing together, pressure
2) metaph. oppression, affliction, tribulation, distress, straits
G2346 – thlibō θλίβω
Transliteration
thlibō
Pronunciation
thlē’-bō (Key)
Part of Speech
verb
Root Word (Etymology)
Akin to the base of τρίβος (G5147)
Outline of Biblical Usage 1) to press (as grapes), press hard upon
2) a compressed way
a) narrow straitened, contracted
3) metaph. to trouble, afflict, distress
G5147 – tribos τρίβος
Transliteration
tribos
Pronunciation
trē’-bos (Key)
Part of Speech
feminine noun
Root Word (Etymology)
From tribo (to “rub”, akin to teiro, truo, and the base of τράγος (G5131), τραῦμα (G5134))
Outline of Biblical Usage 1) a worn way, a path
WRATH=
G3709 – orgē ὀργή
Transliteration
orgē
Pronunciation
or-gā’ (Key)
Part of Speech
feminine noun
Root Word (Etymology)
From ὀρέγω (G3713)
Outline of Biblical Usage
1) anger, the natural disposition, temper, character
2) movement or agitation of the soul, impulse, desire, any violent emotion, but esp. anger
3) anger, wrath, indignation
4) anger exhibited in punishment, hence used for punishment itself
a) of punishments inflicted by magistrates
G3713 – oregō ὀρέγω
Transliteration
oregō
Pronunciation
o-re’-gō (Key)
Part of Speech
verb
Root Word (Etymology)
Middle voice of apparently a prolonged form of an obsolete primary [cf ὄρος (G3735)]
Outline of Biblical Usage
1) to stretch one’s self out in order to touch or to grasp something, to reach after or desire something
2) to give one’s self up to the love of money

The Bride will not go through the Great Tribulation! Revelation 3:10. But those that are spiritually asleep drunken in the night with the world, will go through the first 3.5 of it, then they are caught up in the 7th chapter of revelation. They had robes, they were robed in the righteousness of Christ, but they allowed themselves to have been tarnished with the cares of this world and the flesh. After they see the Bide has been taken out and they left behind, they repent washing those robes back in the blood. They have palms in their hands, they have to be fed, where they never learned to feed themselves the Word of God. Those in the 4th chapter 4 and 20 eldersers the 4 living ones are the Bride of Christ. They are symbolic beings, but they make up the bridal company. 4 and 20 number 24 is the Lords Govermental number doubled, because His Bride reigns with Him, that is the Brides Priestly side. The four faced Beast are their characteristics of their kingly side as they yielded to the Lord while on the earth. They take on Christs character. Matthew portrays Christ as King, the cherubic figure is the lion, Christ is the lion of the tribe of Judah. Mark portrays Christ as servant, the offering portrayed is the sin offering. The greatest of the sin offering was an ox therefore, we see the side of Christ as the calf. Luke portrays Christ as man, Christ was a peace offering as man. Therefore, we see the face of man in the 4 faced beast. John portrays Christ as is Heavenly heavenly nature and we see the side of the Eagal, and the Bride reflects all these Caharsistics of Christ. These ones have crowns and they may them at Jesus feet. And they cry out that He Jesus has made them kings and priests unto our God. The ones in Chapter 7 are not declared as so. And keep in mind that the book of Revelation is a vision, and anything can happen in a vision.

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