A. Son of Consolation.
B. Son of Belial.
C. Son of Perdition.
a. From the Greek word “apōleia”, which means “a perishing, ruin, destruction”.
b. A son of perdition is a destructive person who considers only himself, at the expense of others.
a. He exalts himself above God (2Th 2:4).
b. He cares only about his physical interests (Joh 12:4-6).
c. He exploits others (Mat 26:14-16).
d. He twists the Scriptures (2Th 2:10).
a. He will face judgment (2Pe 3:7).
b. His end is destruction (Php 3:19).
c. He leads others to perish (2Th 2:10).
d. He causes the way of truth to be blasphemed (2Pe 2:2).
a. Do we live for ourselves?
b. Do we allow our Christian liberty to become a stumbling block to others?
c. Do we build our happiness on others’ misery?
d. Do we misuse the Scriptures to justify ourselves?