2 Timothy

Isaiah 30

Chapter thirty speaks against ‚Äúthe rebellious children‚ÄĚ of Israel (Isaiah 30:1-5). More specifically, the adults and leaders were acting like children. Rather than seeking wisdom from God, they were making plans and alliances without consulting God. Thinking that Assyria would defeat them, they tried to get help from Egypt, but God promised that would bring […]

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2 Timothy 4

Chapter four is a template for leaving this Earth well. First, Paul charged Timothy with his critical work ‚Äď ‚ÄúPreach the message‚Ķwhether it is convenient or not, reprove, rebuke, exhort‚Ķbe self-controlled‚Ķendure hardship, do an evangelist‚Äôs work, fulfill your ministry‚ÄĚ (2 Timothy 4:1-8). Paul knew that Timothy‚Äôs struggle would seem impossible, because many are not interested

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2 Timothy 3

Chapter three begins with a sad look at the state of the Church falling further and further from Christ (2 Timothy 3:1-9). This passage is often used to describe the modern world in which we live, but it is actually a description of the Church. Most people of the world have no interest in maintaining

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