The Rise of the Antichrist

Scripture Reading and Insights

Begin by reading Revelation 13:1-4 in your favorite Bible. As you read, ask God to help you understand His Word (Psalms 119:73).

In the previous lesson, we focused on Satan’s ousting from heaven and his subsequent persecution of the Jews. In today’s reading, we witness the rise of the antichrist, who will come into great power during the tribulation period. With your Bible still accessible, consider the following insights on the biblical text, verse by verse.

Revelation 13:1

I saw a beast rising out of the sea (13:1): Revelation pictures the antichrist as a beast 32 times. The image points to the brutal, bloody, uncontrolled, and wild character of this diabolical dictator. It also contrasts the antichrist from Christ, who is most commonly called the Lamb. The Lamb saves sinners, but the beast persecutes and executes the saints. The Lamb is gentle, whereas the beast is ferocious. The Lamb is loving, but the beast is heartless and cruel.

This beast rises out of the sea. The sea refers to the Gentile nations (Revelation 17:15), indicating that the antichrist will be a Gentile. “Anti” can mean “instead of ” or “against” or “opposed to.” So “antichrist” can mean “instead of Christ,” “against Christ,” or “opposed to Christ.” The antichrist is the “man of lawlessness,” the “son of destruction,” who will lead the world into rebellion against God (2 Thessalonians 2:3-10; Revelation 11:7) and deceive multitudes (Revelation 19:20).

With ten horns and seven heads (13:1): We have seen that because animals use horns as weapons (Genesis 22:13; Psalms 69:31), horns eventually became symbols of power and then of dominion, representing kingdoms and kings. Comparing this text with Daniel 7:16-24, we conclude that the antichrist will rise up from ten kingdoms that will constitute a revived Roman Empire, the final form of Gentile world power before Christ returns.

Some Bible expositors say the seven heads are the principal rulers of the antichrist’s revived Roman Empire. Others suggest that the seven heads may be successive world empires—Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, and the antichrist’s revived Roman Empire. Still others say the seven heads represent seven mountains (Revelation 17:9). A mountain can symbolize a kingdom (see Daniel 2:34-45). This may be a veiled reference to Rome, which was built on seven hills (Revelation 17:18). All these views support the idea that antichrist’s kingdom will be a revived Roman Empire.

With ten diadems on its horns (13:1): The ten diadems, or crowns, point to the dominion of the antichrist’s kingdom, which will eventually embrace the entire globe.

And blasphemous names on its heads (13:1): These point to the antichrist’s character—he will have a mouth full of blasphemy (Revelation 13:5-6) and will exalt himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped (2 Thessalonians 2:4).

Revelation 13:2

The beast was like a leopard (13:2): Much of the imagery in this verse is from Daniel 7. The leopard was known for swiftness, cunning, and agility (see Daniel 7:6). This imagery in Daniel represents Greece under Alexander the Great, which had a swift, cunning, and agile army. Such will be the case with the antichrist as he comes into world dominion.

Its feet were like a bear’s (13:2): The bear in Daniel’s account refers to Medo-Persia (Daniel 7:5), well known for its strength and fierceness in battle (Isaiah 13:17-18). Such strength and fierceness will certainly characterize the antichrist and his forces.

Its mouth was like a lion’s (13:2): The lion in Daniel’s account refers to Babylon (Daniel 7:4), with lion-like qualities of power and strength. Babylon was known for its ability to move quickly (like a lion). Such qualities will characterize the antichrist.

A comparison of Revelation 13:2 with Daniel 7 reveals that the final world empire of the antichrist—a revived Roman Empire—will be rooted in all the previous empires. It will unite in a single kingdom the evil and power that characterized all the previous kingdoms.

To it the dragon gave his power and his throne and great authority (13:2): The ultimate source of the antichrist’s power is Satan.

Revelation 13:3

Seemed to have a mortal wound (13:3): Some Bible expositors believe this mortal wound refers to the pagan Roman Empire, which died in the past but will be revived in the end times. Others say a historical character of the past, such as Nero, Judas Iscariot, Mussolini, Hitler, or Stalin, will come back to life and fulfill the role of the antichrist in the end times.

Others say the antichrist will actually be killed and then resurrected. Still others say that perhaps the antichrist will be severely wounded, and Satan will supernaturally heal this wound. Perhaps he will simply appear to be killed, though he really is not, and through satanic trickery will appear to be resurrected.

The revived Roman Empire view seems unfeasible because Revelation 13:12 specifically refers to “the first beast, whose mortal wound was healed.” The “first beast” is the antichrist. Then, in Revelation 13:14, we find a parallel reference to “the beast that was wounded by the sword and yet lived.” This verse is interpreted most naturally as referring to a person—not a reincarnation of a past person, but a unique anti-God person of the future.

It is unlikely that the antichrist will actually be resurrected, but he may give the appearance of having been resurrected. Satan has supernatural abilities (John 12:31; 2 Corinthians 4:4; Ephesians 2:2), but he is not powerful enough to resurrect people from the dead. Only God can create life (Genesis 1:1, Genesis 1:21; Deuteronomy 32:39); the devil cannot (see Exodus 8:19).

The devil has great power to deceive people (Revelation 12:9). He is a master magician and a superscientist. With his vast knowledge of God, man, and the universe, he is able to perform counterfeit miracles (2 Thessalonians 2:9).

Some theologians believe Satan may be able to perform limited “grade-B” miracles. But only God can perform “grade-A” miracles. Only God can fully control and supersede the natural laws He Himself created.

Satan will likely engage in a grade-B miracle in healing the wounded (but not dead) antichrist, or engage in some kind of masterful deception, or perhaps a combination of both. In any event, the antichrist will appear to be resurrected from the dead. 2 Corinthians 4:4 informs us that Satan can blind peoples’ minds. If Satan pulls off come kind of counterfeit resurrection, he may blind people’s minds so that they accept this as an indication of the antichrist’s power and deity and subsequently worship him.

If the antichrist only appears to be dead but is not genuinely dead, a scenario suggested by Bible scholar Walter Price becomes viable

The apostle Paul was stoned in Lystra, and the citizens “dragged him out of the city, supposing that he was dead” (Acts 14:19). While in an unconscious state, Paul “was caught up into Paradise, and heard unspeakable words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter” (2 Corinthians 12:4)… At the same time he was thought to be dead, his spirit was caught up into the third heaven and there received a profound revelation from God. This same thing, in reverse, will happen to the Antichrist. The Antichrist…will be no more dead than was the apostle Paul. But just as the citizens of Lystra thought Paul was dead, so the Antichrist will be thought dead.1

Just as Paul’s spirit departed from his body and was taken to heaven, where he received further revelations, so the antichrist’s spirit may depart from his body and be taken into the abyss, where Satan will offer the world’s kingdoms to him.

The antichrist’s spirit will then return from the abyss (Revelation 11:7), reenter what appears to be a dead body, and thereby give the appearance of a resurrection from the dead. Mark Hitchcock suggests that while his spirit is in the abyss, the “Antichrist probably receives his orders and strategy from Satan, literally selling his soul to the devil, and then comes back to earth with hellish ferocity to establish his world domination over a completely awestruck earth.”2

The whole earth marveled as they followed the beast (13:3): This event will no doubt make headlines around the world. Internet videos of the event will go viral. Television reports of the event will be shown around the clock.

Revelation 13:4

They worshiped the dragon (13:4): During Christ’s three-year ministry, Satan tried to persuade Him to fall down and worship him (Matthew 4:9). Before that, Lucifer (Satan’s original name) sought to put himself in the place of God (see Isaiah 14:12-17; Ezekiel 28:11-19). Satan will finally have what he has yearned for—worship

They worshiped the beast…”Who is like the beast?” (13:4): This contrasts with believers, who say to God, “Who is like you, O Lord?” (Exodus 15:11).

Major Themes

1. The genius of the antichrist. Scripture reveals that the antichrist will be a genius in intellect (Daniel 8:23), commerce (Daniel 11:43; Revelation 13:16-17), war (Revelation 6:2; Revelation 13:2), speech (Daniel 11:36), and politics (Revelation 17:11-12).

2. The antichrist mimics Christ. Christ is God (John 1:1-2; John 10:36), and the antichrist will claim to be God (2 Thessalonians 2:4). Christ did miracles (Matthew 9:32-33; Mark 6:2); the antichrist will mimic such miracles (Matthew 24:24; 2 Thessalonians 2:9). Christ is crowned with many crowns (Revelation 19:12); the antichrist is crowned with ten crowns (Revelation 13:1). Christ rides a white horse (Revelation 19:11) as does the antichrist (Revelation 6:2). Christ was resurrected (Matthew 28:6); the antichrist will appear to be resurrected (Revelation 13:3-14). Christ is a member of the holy Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14), but the antichrist is a member of an unholy trinity—Satan, the antichrist, and the false prophet (Revelation 13).

Digging Deeper with Cross-References

BlasphemyExodus 20:7; Leviticus 19:12; Leviticus 22:32; Deuteronomy 5:11; Matthew 12:31-32; 2 Thessalonians 2:4.

Satanic powerJob 1:12; Luke 4:6; Acts 26:18; Ephesians 6:12; 2 Thessalonians 2:9.

The worship of evil spirits (such as Satan)Leviticus 17:7; Deuteronomy 32:17; 2 Chronicles 11:15; Psalms 106:37; 1 Corinthians 10:20; Revelation 9:20.

Life Lessons

1. Who is like the Lord? People will worship both the devil and the antichrist, saying, “Who is like the beast?” (Revelation 13:4). We, however, proclaim with the Scriptures, “Who is like you, O Lord?” (Exodus 15:11). The Lord declares, “There is none who can deliver from my hand” (Isaiah 43:13). The true God is incomparably great.

2. Test all things. We ought to consistently test all doctrines and religious ideas against Scripture. Even today, the spirit of antichrist is at work promoting heretical doctrine (see 1 John 4:1-3; 2 John 1:7). Scripture often warns against being deceived by false doctrine (Matthew 7:15-16; Matthew 24:4-11; Acts 20:28-30; 2 Corinthians 11:2-3; 2 Timothy 4:3-4). We protect ourselves by testing all teachings against Scripture (Acts 17:11; 1 Thessalonians 5:21).

Questions for Reflection and Discussion

1. Have you ever been awestruck at how the Lord came through for you, such that you were moved to ask, “Who is like you, O Lord” (Exodus 15:11)?

2. Do you think you could ever be deceived by false doctrine? Why or why not? (See Acts 17:11; 1 Thessalonians 5:21.)


1. Walter K. Price, The Coming Antichrist (Neptune: Loizeaux Brothers, 1985), p. 145.

2. Mark Hitchcock, The Complete Book of Bible Prophecy (Wheaton: Tyndale House, 1999), pp. 199-200.

Prayer with an Attitude

The Bible tells us we should “pray continually” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). Unfortunately, for many of us, a few minutes spent in prayer feels like forever. Why do we struggle so much with prayer when we know how vital it is to our relationship with God?


We certainly don’t lack information about how to pray. Christian bookstores are packed with books that explain in great detail the various methods of prayer. But perhaps we need to also direct our attention to our motivation, our attitude, in prayer. The following article, entitled“Focus on the Father” by Rusty Rustenbach (excerpted from Discipleship Journal, Issue 6), explores how our attitude can make prayer an adventure rather than a burden.  As you read through the article, underline any portions that stand out to you. Then respond to the questions and exercises.


Privilege of Prayer

Of all the ingredients in discipleship, the area many of us struggle with most is prayer. According to one recently published estimate, a typical Christian layman spends about three and a half minutes each day in prayer. Full-time Christian workers average about seven minutes per day. This pitiful situation must amaze even the Lord Himself, for Isaiah 59:16records that when no one was found to intercede for His people, God was appalled. Why do we fail to take full advantage of the privilege of prayer? Is it a lack of discipline? Are we too busy? Are we unmotivated?


1. What things make it difficult for you to spend quality time in prayer?


_Too busy or tired

_ Can’t concentrate

_ Don’t know what to pray about

_ Don’t feel like it

_ Feel guilty

_ Not convinced it makes a difference

_ Other:

Perhaps the basic cause of our weakness in prayer relates to how we view God. We may have no genuine awe for the One “who stretched out the heavens and laid the foundations of the earth” (Isaiah 51:13). God seems more like a superhero from a child’s cartoon, whittled down to human size.


If we aren’t captivated by God, prayer is a tedious task. It becomes a discipline that only those with wills of steel can master. I once regarded prayer as “gutting it out” before God. It meant trying to bring reams and reams of petitions before the Lord. The more requests I could bring, the more spiritual I was.


2. What similarities do you see between the author’s approach (bringing “reams and reams of petitions before the Lord”) and Jesus’ admonition in Matthew 6:7?


3. How would you compare the focus of prayer in Matthew 6:7 with the focus in Matthew 6:9-13? Which of these is most like your approach to prayer?


Communion or Wrestling Match?

I also misinterpreted statements from godly men about the importance of prayer. Martin Luther’s statement that “I have so much business I cannot get on without spending three hours daily in prayer” implied to me that prayer was a guaranteed formula for success.

Rather than being a dynamic communion with the sovereign Lord of the universe, to me prayer was an exercise meant to wrestle effects into the lives of people and to manipulate God’s hand. Prayer became lifeless

and tedious. It was like castor oil: terrible tasting, but good for me.


4. Which of the following statements describe your general attitude toward prayer? Check all that apply.

_ Prayer is like a marriage—it is hard work but can be very rewarding.

_ I want to like prayer, but I really don’t.

_ Prayer is like writing “thank you” notes—it is an obligation I need to fulfill.

_ I look forward to prayer.

_ I enjoy the time I spend in prayer, but I would like to go deeper.

_ Other:


Yet God reminded me of the truth I was neglecting: He wanted to commune with me. What does this mean? Communion is defined as the intimate sharing of thoughts and emotions, and an intimate fellowship, rapport, or communication. This is the kind of relationship God wants with me.


5. How is God’s desire for communion (intimate relationship) with us expressed in the following verses?


a. Isaiah 30:18
b. Isaiah 65:1-2

c. Jeremiah 33:3

d. Matthew 23:37

e. Romans 5:8-10

f. 1 John 4:9-10
6. Summarize in your own words the most significant or meaningful insight you gained from the verses above.


What Is Your Picture of God?

I saw I had become hardened to the excitement of walking in continual awareness of God’s presence. I realized afresh that He desires open communion with me. He has little interest in the petition gymnastics I was trying to perfect in prayer. He wants me to be preoccupied with Himself. Seeing God this way enables us to stand in awe of Him. It stimulates our heart to vital communion and conversation with Him. Seeing God as He is requires faith on our part, but whoever is enamored and thrilled with God is then rightly motivated to pray. Discipline will still be necessary, but prayer won’t be drudgery. I believe that is hat John 4:24 is hinting at: “God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth” (emphasis added).


7. Read John 4:4-30, the context of the story of the woman at the well.


a. How did the Samaritan woman’s inaccurate picture of God affect her ability to worship Him “in spirit and in truth”?

b. What aspects of God’s character are hardest for you to grasp (for example, all-powerful, ever-present, all-knowing, sovereign, holy, righteous, loving, merciful, faithful, and so on)? How might this affect your prayer life?


– Michael M. Smith


The Saint Must Walk Alone

Most of the world’s great souls have been lonely. Loneliness seems to be one price the saint must pay for his saintliness.

In the morning of the world (or should we say, in that strange darkness that came soon after the dawn of man’s creation), that pious soul, Enoch, walked with God and was not, for God took him; and while it is not stated in so many words, a fair inference is that Enoch walked a path quite apart from his contemporaries.

Another lonely man was Noah who, of all the antediluvians, found grace in the sight of God; and every shred of evidence points to the aloneness of his life even while surrounded by his people.

Again, Abraham had Sarah and Lot, as well as many servants and herdsmen, but who can read his story and the apostolic comment upon it without sensing instantly that he was a man “whose soul was alike a star and dwelt apart”? As far as we know not one word did God ever speak to him in the company of men. Face down he communed with his God, and the innate dignity of the man forbade that he assume this posture in the presence of others. How sweet and solemn was the scene that night of the sacrifice when he saw the lamps of fire moving between the pieces of offering. There, alone with a horror of great darkness upon him, he heard the voice of God and knew that he was a man marked for divine favor.

Moses also was a man apart. While yet attached to the court of Pharaoh he took long walks alone, and during one of these walks while far removed from the crowds he saw an Egyptian and a Hebrew fighting and came to the rescue of his countryman. After the resultant break with Egypt he dwelt in almost complete seclusion in the desert. There, while he watched his sheep alone, the wonder of the burning bush appeared to him, and later on the peak of Sinai he crouched alone to gaze in fascinated awe at the Presence, partly hidden, partly disclosed, within the cloud and fire.

The prophets of pre-Christian times differed widely from each other, but one mark they bore in common was their enforced loneliness. They loved their people and gloried in the religion of the fathers, but their loyalty to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and their zeal for the welfare of the nation of Israel drove them away from the crowd and into long periods of heaviness. “I am become a stranger unto my brethren, and an alien unto my mother’s children,” cried one and unwittingly spoke for all the rest.

Most revealing of all is the sight of that One of whom Moses and all the prophets did write, treading His lonely way to the cross. His deep loneliness was unrelieved by the presence of the multitudes.

‘Tis midnight, and on Olive’s brow

The star is dimmed that lately shone;
‘Tis midnight; in the garden now,
The suffering Savior prays alone.

‘Tis midnight, and from all removed
The Savior wrestles lone with fears;
E’en the disciple whom He loved
Heeds not his Master’s grief and tears.
– William B. Tappan

He died alone in the darkness hidden from the sight of mortal man and no one saw Him when He arose triumphant and walked out of the tomb, though many saw Him afterward and bore witness to what they saw. There are some things too sacred for any eye but God’s to look upon. The curiosity, the clamor, the well-meant but blundering effort to help can only hinder the waiting soul and make unlikely if not impossible the communication of the secret message of God to the worshiping heart.

Sometimes we react by a kind of religious reflex and repeat dutifully the proper words and phrases even though they fail to express our real feelings and lack the authenticity of personal experience. Right now is such a time. A certain conventional loyalty may lead some who hear this unfamiliar truth expressed for the first time to say brightly, “Oh, I am never lonely. Christ said, `I will never leave you nor forsake you,’ and `Lo, I am with you alway.’ How can I be lonely when Jesus is with me?”

Now I do not want to reflect on the sincerity of any Christian soul, but this stock testimony is too neat to be real. It is obviously what the speaker thinks should be true rather than what he has proved to be true by the test of experience. This cheerful denial of loneliness proves only that the speaker has never walked with God without the support and encouragement afforded him by society. The sense of companionship which he mistakenly attributes to the presence of Christ may and probably does arise from the presence of friendly people. Always remember: you cannot carry a cross in company. Though a man were surrounded by a vast crowd, his cross is his alone and his carrying of it marks him as a man apart. Society has turned against him; otherwise he would have no cross. No one is a friend to the man with a cross. “They all forsook Him, and fled.”

The pain of loneliness arises from the constitution of our nature. God made us for each other. The desire for human companionship is completely natural and right. The loneliness of the Christian results from his walk with God in an ungodly world, a walk that must often take him away from the fellowship of good Christians as well as from that of the unregenerate world. His God-given instincts cry out for companionship with others of his kind, others who can understand his longings, his aspirations, his absorption in the love of Christ; and because within his circle of friends there are so few who share inner experiences, he is forced to walk alone. The unsatisfied longings of the prophets for human understanding caused them to cry out in their complaint, and even our Lord Himself suffered in the same way.

The man who has passed on into the divine Presence in actual inner experience will not find many who understand him. A certain amount of social fellowship will of course be his as he mingles with religious persons in the regular activities of the church, but true spiritual fellowship will be hard to find. But he should not expect things to be otherwise. After all he is a stranger and a pilgrim, and the journey he takes is not on his feet but in his heart. He walks with God in the garden of his own soul – and who but God can walk there with him? He is of another spirit from the multitudes that tread the courts of the Lord’s house. He has seen that of which they have only heard, and he walks among them somewhat as Zacharias walked after his return from the altar when the people whispered, “He has seen a vision.”

The truly spiritual man is indeed something of an oddity. He lives not for himself but to promote the interests of Another. He seeks to persuade people to give all to his Lord and asks no portion or share for himself. He delights not to be honored but to see his Savior glorified in the eyes of men. His joy is to see his Lord promoted and himself neglected. He finds few who care to talk about that which is the supreme object of his interest, so he is often silent and preoccupied in the midst of noisy religious shoptalk. For this he earns the reputation of being dull and overserious, so he is avoided and the gulf between him and society widens. He searches for friends upon whose garments he can detect the smell of myrrh and aloes and cassia out of the ivory palaces, and finding few or none, he, like Mary of old, keeps these things in his heart.

It is this very loneliness that throws him back upon God. “When my father and my mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up.” His inability to find human companionship drives him to seek in God what he can find nowhere else. He learns in inner solitude what he could not have learned in the crowd – that Christ is All in All, that He is made unto us wisdom, righteousness, sanctification and redemption, that in Him we have and possess life’s summum bonum.

Two things remain to be said. One, that the lonely man of whom we speak is not a haughty man, nor is he the holier-than-thou, austere saint so bitterly satirized in popular literature. He is likely to feel that he is the least of all men and is sure to blame himself for his very loneliness. He wants to share his feelings with others and to open his heart to some like-minded soul who will understand him, but the spiritual climate around him does not encourage it, so he remains silent and tells his griefs to God alone.

The second thing is that the lonely saint is not the withdrawn man who hardens himself against human suffering and spends his days contemplating the heavens. Just the opposite is true. His loneliness makes him sympathetic to the approach of the brokenhearted and the fallen and the sin-bruised. Because he is detached from the world, he is all the more able to help it. Meister Eckhart taught his followers that if they should find themselves in prayer and happen to remember that a poor widow needed food, they should break off the prayer instantly and go care for the widow. “God will not suffer you to lose anything by it,” he told them. “You can take up again in prayer where you left off and the Lord will make it up to you.” This is typical of the great mystics and masters of the interior life from Paul to the present day.

The weakness of so many modern Christians is that they feel too much at home in the world. In their effort to achieve restful “adjustment” to unregenerate society they have lost their pilgrim character and become an essential part of the very moral order against which they are sent to protest. The world recognizes them and accepts them for what they are. And this is the saddest thing that can be said about them. They are not lonely, but neither are they saints.

ஆன்லைன் மூலம் உலகின் 823 டிவி சேனல்களையும் கண்டு ரசிக்க…..

இணையதளங்களில் டிவி நிகழ்ச்சிகளைப் பார்க்க பல இணையதளங்கள் இருந்தாலும் சில தளங்கள் ஆன்லைன் மூலம் பார்க்க கட்டணம் வசூலிக்கின்றனர் ஆனால் எந்த கட்டணமும் இல்லாமல் இலவசமாக ஆன்லைன் மூலம் உலக நாடுகளில் இருக்கும் 823 டிவி சேனல்களையும் பார்க்கலாம் நமக்கு உதவுவதற்காக ஒரு தளம் உள்ளது.நம் கணினி மூலம் உலகத்தில் அனைத்து நாடுகளிலும் பல மொழிகளிலும் இருக்கும் 823 டிவி சேனல்களையும் ஒரே தளத்தில் இருந்து கண்டு ரசிக்கலாம் இதைப்பற்றித்தான் இந்தப்பதிவு.


இணையதள முகவரி :
இந்தத்தளத்திற்கு சென்று நாம் படம் 1-ல் காட்டியபடி எந்த நாட்டின் டிவி சேனல் பார்க்க வேண்டுமோ அந்த நாட்டை தேர்ந்தெடுக்க வேண்டும் அடுத்து அந்த நாட்டில் எந்த மொழி சேனல் வேண்டுமோ அதையும் தேர்ந்தெடுந்தால் குறிப்பிட்ட மொழி சேனல்கள் பல நமக்கு கிடைக்கும் இதில் எந்த சேனல் வேண்டுமோ அதை தேர்ந்தெடுத்து சொடுக்கினால் அந்த சேனலை நாம் இலவசமாக பார்க்கலாம். செய்திகள் , வரலாறு , காமெடி, பொழுது போக்கு சினிமா எனப் பல சேனல்களை நாம் இலவசமாக இங்கிருந்து
பார்க்கலாம். கண்டிப்பாக இந்தப்பதிவு அனைவருக்கும் பயனுள்ளதாக இருக்கும்.

இந்தியாவில் மட்டுமே இது முடியும்!

இன்று  கொஞ்சம்  புகைப்படங்களை  கொண்டு வந்திருக்கிறேன்  உங்களுக்காக. இவை  அனைத்தும்  இந்தியாவில் எடுக்கப்பட்டவை. இவற்றை  பார்க்கும்  பொழுது  உங்களுக்கு  என்ன வெளிப்பாடு வருகிறது?


மனுசன்யா நீயி!!!!!!!


ரூம் போட்டு ஜோசிப்பானுன்களோ??




அட சோடாப் போத்தலுக்கு பொறந்தவனே!.


யாருக்கிட்ட!! எங்க வண்டிலையும் இருக்கில எயார் பேக்கு!


அட பொறம்போக்கு மனுசா… நீ போர்க்கும் போதே இப்பிடியா??


எவண்டா அவன் இத அக்க்சிடண்டு எண்டு சொனன்வன்!! ஓட்டோவில எட்டு போட்டிருக்கியா?? இதுதாம்லே!!


இவன மாறி பத்து பேரு வேணும்யா நாட்டுக்கு!!


அட பிக்காளிப் பயல்களே, porn ல எப்பிடியா நடக்கும் அக்சிடண்டு???


நல்லா வருவே தம்பி நீயி!


நம்மள விட மோசமான வீக்கா இருப்பாய்ங்களோ இங்கிலீசில!!


ஆக்கள புடிச்சு செக்கு பண்ணுங்க சார் செக்கு பண்ணுங்க!!!


ஆமா அப்பிடியே ஒரு டையும் கட்டிவிட வேண்டியது!


ஹா ஹா ஹா… ஆரம்பமே இப்புடியா??? ஆனாலும் இந்த தத்துவம் அந்த பயபுள்ளைங்களுக்கு இண்டைக்கு என்கையா கேக்கப் போகுது???


நாய விட மோசமா கடிப்பாய்ங்களோ??


அட வெங்காயங்களா.. நீங்க மனுசங்கையா!!


உங்க கட்சில இடி விழ!


ஹி ஹி ஹி… அண்ணே அடுத்த கலாமு நீங்கதானண்ணே !!!


கோழிப்பண்ணையில இவருதான் நாட்டாமையா இருந்திருப்பாரோ??


யாருக்கிட்ட… டங்குவார அறுத்துடுவன் ஆமா!!


புத்திசாலிக் குடும்பம்!


சத்தியமா ஒன்னலதான்யா முடியும்! ஒத்துக்கிறன்!


அட தெய்வமே! என்னா மூளை… என்னா ப்ளானிங்!! ஸ்ஸப்பா…

அருவியில் உணவகம்!

சாதாரணமாகவே அருவி என்றாலே உங்களுக்குள்ளும் மகிழ்ச்சி அருவியாய் பொங்கிவிடும்.  அந்த அருவியின் அருகிலேயே அதுவும் அருவியிலிருந்து விழும் தண்ணீர் உங்கள் கால்களை நனைத்துக் கொண்டு ஓடும் இடத்தில் உணவகமும் இருந்து அங்கே அமர்ந்தபடி உணவு உட்கொள்ள வசதி இருந்தால்……
கொஞ்சம் யோசித்துப் பாருங்களேன்! நமது குற்றால அருவி – பாறையில் தண்ணீர் விழுந்து ஓடும் இடத்தில் சில இருக்கைகள் போட்டு வைத்து அங்கே சுடச் சுட உணவு கொடுத்தால் எப்படி இருக்கும்! இப்படி ஒருவர் யோசித்து இருக்கிறார். ஆனால் நம் நாட்டில் இல்லை என்பது தான் வருத்தம். இந்த அருவி உணவகம் இருப்பது ஃபிலிப்பைன்ஸ் நகரத்தில்.
Villa Escudero Resort எனும் இடத்தில் அமைந்துள்ள இந்த உணவகத்தில் மூங்கில்களால் ஆன இருக்கைகளில் நீங்கள் அமர்ந்து கொள்ள, உங்களுக்கு உணவு பரிமாறப்படுகிறது. வேறு சில வசதிகளும் இந்த ரிசார்ட்டில் உண்டு! இங்கே பாருங்களேன் சில படங்களை….
என்ன நண்பர்களே படங்களை ரசித்தீர்களா! என்ன கொஞ்சம் வயிறு தான் பசிக்க ஆரம்பித்து இருக்கும்! :

சில வகுப்பறை ஜோக்ஸ்…!

ஆசிரியரை லூசாக்கும் மாணவர்கள்..!

“ஏண்டா…பொய் சொன்ன?” “இனிமேல் இப்படி பொய் சொல்ல மாட்டேன்னு சொல்லு” என மாணவனை அடி அடியேன அடித்தார் ஆசிரியர்.
“இனி மேலும் பொய் சொல்வேன் மாணவன்” என்று அழுதுகொண்டே சொன்னான் மகன்.
ஆசிரியர் திகைத்து போய், “ஏன்டா, இம்புட்டு அடி வாங்கியும் ஏண்டா இப்படி சொல்ற?” என்றார்.
மாணவன் சொன்னான், “இனிமேல் பொய் சொல்ல மாட்டேன் என சொன்னால் அது பொய் தானே சார்…!” 

ஒரு புவியியல் ஆசிரியர் வகுப்பில் ஒரு மணவனை பார்த்து
பூமி எத்தனை டிகிரி சாய்வக சுற்றுகிறது என கெட்டார் 
அதற்கு அந்த மணவன் ”டிகிரி படித்தவர்களிடம் கேட்க வேண்டிய 
கேள்வியை என்னிடம் ஏன் கேட்கிறீர்கள்?” என்றான்



ஓவிய ஆசிரியர் மாணவர்களிடம் மாடு படம் வரைய சோன்னர் 
எல்லோரும் வரைந்தனர் அனால் ஒரு மாணவன் மாடு வரைந்து 
விட்டான் ஆனால் வாய் மட்டும் வரையவில்லை. 
ஆசிரியர் ஏன் என்று கேட்க. 
அவன் பதில் “மாடு வாயில்லா ஜிவன் சார்” 

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ஆசிரியர்: உலகிற்கு முக்கியம் சூரியனா சந்திரனா?

மாணவன்: சந்திரந்தான் சார்!

ஆசிரியர்: எப்படி?

மாணவன்: சார் பகல்ல வெளிச்சம் இருக்கும்போதுதான் சூரியன் ஒளி கொடுக்குது. ஆனால் சந்திரன் ராத்திரில வெளிச்சம் இல்லாத போது ஒளி கொடுக்குதுல்ல

ஆசிரியர்: ?!?!?!

ஆசிரியர்: மாணவர்களே! மதுரையில் இருந்து திருச்சி நோக்கி ஒரு ரயில் 90கிமீ வேகத்தில் வந்து கொண்டு இருக்கிறது.திருச்சியில் இருந்து மதுரை நோக்கி ஒரு ரயில் 110-கிமீ வந்து கொண்டு இருக்கிறது.இரண்டும் ஒன்றை ஒன்று கடக்கும்போது என் வயதென்ன?
மாணவன்: சார்! 54 சார்.
ஆசிரியர்: சபாஷ்! எப்படிடா கரெக்டா சொன்ன?
மாணவன்: எங்க மாமா ஒருத்தர் இருக்கார் சார்.அவர் ஒரு அரைலூசு. அவருக்கு வயசு 27. 

ஆசிரியர் : உங்க பையன் ஆங்கிலத்தில படு வீக்கா இருக்கான் சார். 

பையனின் தந்தை : தமிழிலே எப்படி இருக்கான்னு சொல்லுங்க, சார். 

ஆசிரியர் : தங்கள் மகன் ஆங்கிலத்தில் மிகவும் வலு விழந்து இருக்கின்றான், ஐயா..!