2 Timothy 4 Shall be Turned unto FablesFables especially Jews Fables are defined by Christ in the Prophets Who warns about the "Lying Pen of the Scribes." Jesus denied that God commanded sacrifices or burnt offering but the Jacob-cursed and God-abandoned Levites made a great instrumental noise claiming to shoo away the FLIES of BAAL and attract the good demons. God had abandoned them to Worship of the Starry Host.
2Timothy 4:1 I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his kingdom;
The Greek LOGOS was Hermes: he was the son, mediator and worship leader. As the antithesis, Jesus defined Himself as the Son. The Logos or Regulative Principle was still what God breathed (spirit) and Jesus spoke. The spoken word was therefore the audible LOGOS: Jesus certified the prophets by the Spirit OF Christ Who defined a Rest Day as Qahal, ekklesia or synagogue both inclusively and exclusively. In Isaiah 58 Christ outlawed seeking your own pleasure or even speaking your own words. Paul defined that in Romans 15 which shut down all of the self-pleasure or the performing arts and crafts. The purpose driving the church was to "use one mind and one mouth to speak that which is written for our learning.
Both the Elders (presbyters) or preachers (Kerusso) performed the role of heralds: A herald was to be punished if he changed the message to be delivered in any sense or charged for it on the receiving end.
2Timothy 4:2 Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine.
A preacher or Kerusso must GO as a herald, deliver the message as written and then moveon.
kērussō , Att. kēruk-ttō , Dor. ka_russō : to be a herald, officiate as herald, “kērussōn gēraske” Il.17.325.
2. make proclamation as a herald, laon kērussontes ageirontōn let them convene the people by voice of herald, Il.2.438, cf. 444, Od.2.8; “kērusse, kērux” A.Eu.566, etc
2. declare, tell, tout' ekērukhthē polei this news was spread in . . , “touto k. pothi pais naiei” Id.Tr.97 (lyr.); “ho eis to ous akouete, kēruxate epi tōn dōmatōn” Ev.Matt.10.27: abs., S.El. 1105.
Akouō : c. in Prose the pers. from whom thing is heard
f. c. gen. et part., to express what one actually hears from a person, 3. abs., hearken, give ear, esp. in proclamations, akouete leō ., Il.1.381,
3. hear and understand, “kluontes ouk ēkouon” A.Pr.448, cf. Ch.5, Ar.Ra.1173; “to mē pantas pantōn akouein”4. to be a pupil of, c. gen., D.L.9.21.
Elegkhō , Od.21.424, disgrace, put to shame, muthon e. treat a speech with contempt, Il.9.522; e. tina put one to shame, Od. 21.424.—
II. cross-examine, question, Hdt.2.115, Pl.Ap.18d, c. acc. et inf., accuse one of doing, E.Alc.1058:—Pass., to be convicted, Hdt.1.24,117; “
2. test, bring to the proof, “andrōn aretan pagkratēs elegkhei alatheia”
4. refute, confute, tina or ti, Pl.Grg.470c, al., D.28.2, Luc.Nigr.4:—Pass., Pl.Tht.162a; khrusos klēidas elegkhei proves that they avail not,
b. put right, correct, prove by a reductio ad impossibile,
5. get the better of, stratian ōkutati e. Pi.P.11.49, cf. D.P.750, Him.Or.1.16.
6. expose , “tina lērounta” Pl.Tht.171d, cf. X.Mem.1.7.2, M.Ant.1.17; betray a weakness
7. decide a dispute, “ana meson tōn duo” LXX Ge. 31.37.
Latin: Argŭo . A.. In gen., to make clear, to show, prove, make known, declare, assertRebuke
a. With aliquem, to attempt to show something, in one's case, against him, to accuse, reprove, censure, charge with:
1. To accuse, censure, blame : “ea culpa, quam arguo,” Liv. 1, 28: “peccata coram omnibus argue,” Vulg. 1 Tim. 5, 20: “tribuni plebis dum arguunt in
epitimaō II. of judges, to lay a penalty on a person, Hdt.
2. c. acc. to censure
In-crĕpo , and a., to make a noise, sound, resound, to rush, rustle, patter, rattle, whiz (class.).
B. Act., to utter aloud, produce, give forth
3. to make a noise at a person, thunder at: “timeo totus, ita me increpuit Juppiter,” Plaut. Am. 5, 1, 25.—
II. A. To exclaim loudly against a person, to blame or upbraid loudly, to chide, rebuke, reprove.—
B. To accuse a person of any thing: “avaritiae singulos,” Suet. Cal. 39: “saevitiae populum,” id. Galb. 15.—
C. With an abstract object, to reprove, censure, inveigh against any reprehensible quality or act of a person:
paraka^leō , Att. fut. -kalō, later III. exhort, encourage, “taxis taxin parekalei” A.Pers.380, cf. Plb.1.60.5; “p. tina eis makhēn” E.Ph.1254
2. comfort, console, “tous penthountas” LXX Si.48.24:—Pass., Ev.Matt.2.18, 5.4.
Matthew 2.18 "A voice was heard in Ramah, Lamentation, weeping and great mourning, Rachel weeping for her children; She wouldn't be comforted, Because they are no more."V. beseech, entreat, Id.4.82.8, PTeb.24.46 (ii B. C.), etc.; p. tina hina . . Aristeas 318, Ev.Marc.8.22, A
Latin: ob-sĕcro (op-sĕcro )Teaching:
I. to beseech, entreat, implore, supplicate,
A. As an expression of deprecation, I beseech you, I cry you mercy, for Heaven's sake: “tuam fidem obsecro,”
di^da^khē , hē, A. teaching, Democr.33, Th.1.120, Pl.R.536d; “ek didakhēs legein”
The two functions were to speak the LOGOS without modification and the listeners gave attention to that spoken or written word and never change it.
God is the LOGOS or Regulative or Governing principle of the universe. What God speaks is LOGOS. God always had His mind and Word with Him. No man has the ability to speak FOR God; therefore, the command from the wilderness onward was to PREACH the Word by READING the Word. The godly people attended the Qahal, synagogue, ekklesia or Church of Christ (the Rock) in the wilderness. They were quarantined from the Jacob-cursed and God-abandoned Levites. The Sabbath means REST and that prevented the scattered people from going to the pagan "worship centers" including the Jerusalem Temple operated by The Civil - Military - Clergy monarchy God had abandoned to worship the starry host.
-LOGOS or rational discord of God made audible and capable of being recorded.
-Lego Count, recount, tell over, say, speak, 8. at the beginning of letters or documents, maintain as a thesis, Sophron of sound mind. having control over the sensual desires, temperate, self-controlled, chaste, reasonable comparison. , esp. in the theatre,
Opposite to epithumia
A. desire, yearning, longing after a thing, desire of or for it, Theaomai :--gaze at, behold, mostly with a sense of wonder, 3. view as spectators of regulative and formative forces, derived from the intelligible
IV. inward debate of the soul 1.thinking, reasoning, explanation,
Opposite Poiein to excite passion, Arist.Rh.1418a12; V. Rhet., emotional style or treatment, to sphodron kai enthousiastikon p. Longin.8.1; “pathos poiein” Arist. Rh.1418a12; “
Without Prooimion A. opening, introduction; in Music, prelude, overture, Pi.P.1.4; in poems, proëm, preamble,
VI. verbal expression or utterance, lego, lexis
-Lexis A.speech, OPPOSITE ôidê
-ôidê, 1.art of song 5. = eppsdê, spell, incantation OPPOSITE -Lexis
4. text of an author, OPPOSITE exegesis [Peter's private interpretation outlaws exegesis]
1Timothy 4:13 Till I come, give attendance to [public] reading, to exhortation, to doctrine.
2 Timothy 4 Preach The Word now because people will stray from that first or Regulative Principle expressed in doctrine.
2Timothy 4:3 For [I mean that] the time will come
when they will not endure sound doctrine;
but after their own lusts
Hugiano 2. to be sound of mind, teachings
3. of soundness in political or religious matters, esp. in part., “to hugiainon tēs Hellados” Id.7.15; hoi hugiainontes,
Opposite. turbulent agitators, Plb.28.17.12;
Opposite Kamno work
“hopē anthrōpos ekame” Berl.Sitzb. 1927.158 (Cyrene).--The pf. is always intr. (Cf. Skt. śamnīte 'work hard', 'serve zealously', śamitár- 'sacrificing priest', Gr. eiro-komos, komeō, komizō.)
[looking for sexual love ; epithumia [boy love]by passion,
Opposite. pronoia [forthought, learning]
Teaching to scratch:
knēth-ō , later form of knaō, A. scratch, “hōs legetai, knēthein oiden onos ton onon
Onos , 1. o. luras (sc. akouōn), of one who can make nothing of music, o. luras ēkoue kai salpiggos hus; 2. peri onou skias for an ass'sshadow, i.e. for a trifle,
an ass in the rain, of being unmoved by what is said or done,
2. the upper millstone which turned round, “o. aletēs” X.An.1.5.5 ;
Xen. Const. Lac. 2.13 But if it was clear that the attraction lay in the boy's outward beauty, he banned the connexion as an abomination; and thus he caused lovers to abstain from boys no less than parents abstain from sexual intercourse with their children and brothers and sisters with each other.shall they heap to THEMSELVES teachers, having itching ears.
WHAT SATISFIES THE LUST TO REPLACE SOUND DOCTRINE?
Epithu_m-ētēs , oi, ho,
A. one who longs for or desires, neōterōn “ergōn” Hdt.7.6; [dogmatōn] And.4.6; “ergōn” Lys.12.90; timēs, sophias, Pl.R.475b, etc.; phusei polemou e. Arist.Pol.1253a6; “kakōn” 1 Ep.Cor.10.6; “allotriōn” BGU531 ii 22 (ii A.D.).
2. . abs., lover, follower, X.Mem.1.2.60.
b. . one who lusts, LXX Nu.11.34.
in divination, S.OT 502 (ly
SOPHIA A.cleverness or skill in handicraft and art, Hephaestus , in music and singing, in poetry also, cunning, shrewdness, craft, Hdt.1.68, in music and singing, tekhnē kai s. h.Merc.483, cf. 511; in poetry, Sol.13.52, Pi.O.1.117, Ar.Ra.882, X.An.1.2.8,
Sophistês , ou, ho, master of one's craft, adept, expert, of diviners, Hdt.2.49; of poets, meletan sophistais prosbalon Pi.I.5(4).28 , cf. Cratin.2; of musicians, sophistês . . parapaiôn chelun A.Fr.314 , cf. Eup.447, Pl.Com. 140; sophistêi Thrêiki (sc. Thamyris) E.Rh.924, cf. Ath.14.632c: with mod2. sophist (in bad sense), quibbler, cheat, goeta one who howls out enchantments, a sorcerer, enchanter. Goes
THE ABSOLUTE IDENTIFYING MARK OF THE HISTORIC CLERGY
A. sorcerer, wizard, Phoronis 2, Hdt.2.33 ,4.105 , Pl.R. 380d , Phld.Ir.p.29 W.; g. epôidos Ludias apo chthonos E.Ba.234 , cf. Hipp.1038 ; prob. f.l. for boêisi Hdt.7.191 .ENCHANTMENTS
2. juggler, cheat, deinos g. kai pharmakeus kai sophistês Pl.Smp.203d ; deinon kai g. kai sophistên . . onomazôn D.18.276 ; apistos g. ponêros Id.19.109 ; magos kai g. Aeschin.3.137
Pharmak-eus , eôs, ho,
A.poisoner, sorcerer, S.Tr.1140, Pl.Smp.203d, etc.; gnêsioi sophistai kai
Rev. 18:22 And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard no more at all in thee; and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a millstone shall be heard no more at all in thee;
Rev. 18:23 And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee; and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee: for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.
Rev 21:He who overcomes, I will give him these things. I will be his God, and he will be my son. But for the cowardly, unbelieving [rejects baptism], sinners, abominable, murderers, sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their part is in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur, which is the second death.
Rev 22.Blessed are those who do his commandments, that they may have the right to the tree of life, and may enter in by the gates into the city. Outside are the dogs, the sorcerers, the sexually immoral, the murderers, the idolaters, and everyone who loves and practices falsehood.
Epôid-os , on, epaidô b. Subst., enchanter, e. kai goês E.Hipp. 1038 (but goês e. Ba.234 ): c. gen., a charm for or against, 2. Pass., sung to music, phônai Plu.2.622d ; fit for singing, poiêtikên e. parechein M.6.16 . 1. epôidos , hê , Sch.metr. Pi.O.4 ( ho , Gal.UP17.3, dub. in D.H.Comp.19), epode, part of a lyric ode sung after the strophe and antistrophe, ib.26, Gal. l.c., Sch.metr. Pi.l.c., etc. 2. epôidos , ho , versepassage returning at intervals, in Alcaics and Sapphics, D.H.Comp.19 ; chorus, burden, refrain, Ph. 1.312 : metaph., ho koinos hapasês adoleschias e. the 'old story', or
Thraix a Thracian; ionic Thrêïx, ïkos, pl. Thrêïkes [i^], Il., Hdt., etc.; epic contr. Thrêix, Thrêikos, Il., Trag., etc.
Orpheus the Thracian was the originator of ritual worship called Threskia
2 Timothy 4 Preach The Word or Regulative Principle to BLOCK those Scribes and Pharisees fabricating their own songs and sermons so they can SELL them
2Timothy 4:4 And they shall turn away their ears from the truth,
and shall be turned unto fables.
FABLES TO FOOL: Fābŭla , ae, f. fari,
B. Of particular kinds of poetry.1. Most freq., a dramatic poem, drama, play (syn.: “ludus, cantus, actio, etc.): in full, fabula scaenica,” “or, theatralis,” id. 14, 6, 20: “fabula ad actum scenarum composita, ”fabulam, quae versatur in tragoediis atque carminibus non a veritate modo [melod]
FABLES TO FOOL: Cantus , ūs, m. id., I. the production of melodious sound, a musical utterance or expression, either with voice or instrument; hence, song, singing, playing,
1. With the voice, a singing, song; in full, cantus vocum, Cic. Rosc. Am. 46, 134: “fit etiam saepe vocum gravitate et cantibus ut pellantur animi, etc.,
2. With instruments, a playing, music: “citharae,” “horribili stridebat tibia cantu,” Cat. 64, 264: “querulae tibiae, “lyrae,” Plin. 34, 8, 19, § 72: “tibicine
FABLES TO FOOL: Scaenĭcus (scen- ), a, um, adj., = skēnikos, I. of or belonging to the stage, scenic, dramatic, theatrical (class.) stage-plays, theatrical representations, “fabula,” a drama, Amm. 28, 1, 4: “organa,” Suet. Ner. 44: “coronae,” id. ib. 53: “habitus,” id. ib. 38:THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON TO FOOL:
1. scaē-nĭcus , i, m., a player, actor, Cic. Off. 1, 31, 114: “orator plurimum aberit a scaenico 2. scaenĭca , ae, f., a female player, an actress,
“gestus,” Cic. de Or. 3, 59, 220: “modulatio,” Quint. 11, 3, 57:
Gestures of an ōrātōrĭus , a, um, adj. orator. . Of or belonging to an orator, oratorical II. Of or belonging to praying; hence, subst.: ōrātōrĭum , ii. n. (sc. templum), a place of prayer, an oratory
Orgănum , i, n., = organon, Of musical instruments, a pipe, Quint. 11, 3, 20; 9, 4, 10; Juv. 6, 3, 80; Vulg. Gen. 4, 21; id. 2 Par. 34, 12 et saep. an organ, water-organ: “organa hydraulica,” Suet. Ner. 41: aquatica, Mythogr. Lat. 3, 12.—Of a church-organ, Cass. Expos. in Psa. 150; Aug. Enarr. in Psa. 150, n. 7.— B. Transf.: organum oris, the tongue of a man, Prud. steph
2Timothy 4:5 But watch (sober: drink no wine) thou in all things,Ergon Work Opposite Epos 1. song or lay accompanied by music, 8.91,17.519.
do the work of an evangelist,
make full proof of thy ministry. [Servant]
Hom. Od. 8.83  But as often as he began again, and the nobles of the Phaeacians bade him sing, because they took pleasure in his lay,
YOU CANNOT BUILD A RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE AND BE AN EVANGELIST.
Euaggel-istēs , ou, ho,SACRIFICIAL INSTRUMENT PLAYERS WERE CALLED "PARASITES"A. bringer of good tidings: hence, evangelist, preacher of the gospel, Act.Ap.21.8.II. proclaimer of oracular messages
Euaggel-os , on, (aggellō) A. bringing good news, “pur” A.Ag.21; elpides ib. 262, etc.; sōtēriōn pragmatōn eu. ib.646; Phēmē eu. IG14.1120; “rhinos”
Christ the Rock outlawed vocal or instrumental rejoicing including self-speak rhetoric. The Alarm or Triumph Over was left as a way to identify Judas as the Familiar Friend who tried to spook Jesus: the Judas bag was for carrying the mouthpieces of wind instruments.
AS THE OPPOSITE TO THE MURMURING OF INSTRUMENTS TO ABUSE PEOPLE SO THEY CANNOT OBEY THE WORD, WE ARE TO SPEAK THAT WHICH IS WRITTEN AND MEDITATE IN THE HEART.
2Timothy 4:6 For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.
2Timothy 4:7 I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:
Paul spoke only what Jesus as Spirit revealed to him to guide him into all truth as He did the original apostles. Jesus spoke only what He heard from the Father and He commanded that we teach and observe what HE commanded to be taught. That supplies the Evangelist with all he needs without a degree in Theology, music or acting.
2Timothy 4:8 Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.Those who Love Him WILL keep His commandments defined by the Prophets and Apostles.