2 Timothy 2:1-13

Serving the Lord in his work is likened to military service; soldiers must obey orders; they must be well-armed and practiced; keep up with their physical disciplines; be well-protected, and willing to share in the hardships like those on a military campaign.

2 Timothy 1:6-18

Paul tells Timothy to fan into flame the gift of God in him; that is, his skills of preaching, and the calling of God upon him into the Christian ministry in spite of the afflictions!

2 Timothy 1:1-6

Paul's second letter to his young disciple Timothy, written just prior to his execution by the Roman government for being a Christian. His final charge to young Timothy was to remain faithful to the word of God in the face of coming rebellion and apostasy.

1 Timothy 5:19-6:21

Putting God first in all our relationships at home, in the church, and in our workaday world. Sometimes discipline is needed.

1 Timothy 5:1-19

Here are Paul's commands regarding the different relationships of the people who comprise the local church; younger to older, men to women, men to men, women to women, and use wisdom in benevolence.

1 Timothy 4:6-16

Instructions for church pastors to teach correct doctrine in the Word of God, without getting sidetracked into myths, hobbyhorse topics, wives' tales, and less important things.

1 Timothy 3:16-4:6

The "mystery of Godliness" is found in Christ… God manifest in the flesh. He is now conferring his authority to the Church, and is warning the true and faithful church leadership to avoid doctrines of demons.

1 Timothy 3:8-16

Paul sets forth guidelines for who qualifies to be a deacon in the church. Not everybody qualifies; but there are many who DO qualify. Are they willing?

1 Timothy 3:1-8

A definitive chapter about the qualifications and the roles of elders (or overseers) and deacons in the church.

1 Timothy 2:5-15

Everyone in the church has a role, for the benefit of all. Here McGee gives thoughts on Paul's instruction about the place of women in the church.

1 Timothy 1:18-2:5

The importance of holding on to the true faith in good conscience. Paul mentions some men who had turned aside from the truth and had fallen into disfavor with God.

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