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As we begin the fourth and final chapter of Paul’s second letter to Timothy, we see Paul turning to a more personal charge for Timothy and his ministry. Paul senses his death is imminent, and he is ready to pass on the torch to a young man in whom he has invested much. Look at this week’s passage, found in 2 Timothy 4:1-2: Paul is certain that his death is at hand. And he is ready to go. However, before that can happen, he must pass on a per»
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In the previous verses, Paul introduced three names, two that had deserted him, and one that was very loyal. That one was Onesiphorus. In today’s passage, Paul elaborates on this one man’s faithfulness. You can see the verses for yourself in 2 Timothy 1:17-18: Once again, this seems to be a bit of trivial information for Paul to bring up, but there is much we can glean from these few verses inserted at the end of the first chapter. As Paul w»
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In the previous verses, Paul introduced three names, two that had deserted him, and one that was very loyal. That one was Onesiphorus. In today’s passage, Paul elaborates on this one man’s faithfulness. You can see the verses for yourself in 2 Timothy 1:17-18: Once again, this seems to be a bit of trivial information for Paul to bring up, but there is much we can glean from these few verses inserted at the end of the first chapter. As Paul w»
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In last week’s passage, Paul instructed Timothy to “guard the good deposit.” But just what does that mean? In order to demonstrate to Timothy what he is referring to, Paul gives two examples of those who haven’t kept the faith, followed by an example of one who has. Take a look at this week’s passage in 2 Timothy 1:15-16: This seems like a trivial piece of Paul’s letter to Timothy. It sounds a bit personal, and Paul mentions names of»
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1 Timothy 4:12 Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. I have had the privilege of taking two mission trips to Panama with 80 high school students and youth leaders from our church. We have shared the gospel to elementary, junior high, and high school students. We have spent afternoons with orphans, shared Christ at hospitals, ministered»
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So far, in 2 Timothy 1, Paul has encouraged Timothy to fan into flame the gift of God, and to join with him in suffering for the gospel. However, this isn’t enough. Paul has further instruction for Timothy to pay attention to. You can see if for yourself in 2 Timothy 1:13-14: Paul now tells Timothy that he must keep in the forefront of his mind the apostolic pattern, the standard, of sound teaching as he teaches others. A couple of insights in»
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So far, in 2 Timothy 1, Paul has encouraged Timothy to fan into flame the gift of God, and to join with him in suffering for the gospel. However, this isn’t enough. Paul has further instruction for Timothy to pay attention to. You can see if for yourself in 2 Timothy 1:13-14: Paul now tells Timothy that he must keep in the forefront of his mind the apostolic pattern, the standard, of sound teaching as he teaches others. A couple of insights in»
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Paul proceeds to give Timothy some clear instructions in this week’s passage. After describing the “spirit” Timothy is to have, not one of fear and timidity, but one of power and love and self-discipline, Paul gives Timothy two clear commands, and the reasoning behind them. You can see it for yourself in 2 Timothy 1:8-10: This passage begins with the word “so”, which is literally translated as “therefore.” This connects it directly»
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In last week’s passage, Paul concluded his sentence with a brief and spontaneous break into a worshipful, creed-like statement. Basically, he gave a brief summary of the gospel for which he was suffering, and for which he encouraged Timothy to stand strong. It is to this gospel that he speaks in this week’s passage. Check it out in 2 Timothy 1:11-12: This is the gospel to which Paul was appointed as a messenger and an apostle. In fact, Paul»