Paul's instruction and encouragement to Timothy is equally applicable to us in this time and age. We are to fight the good fight, to trust the Lord, and to listen to our conscience. Be encouraged by the Word of God to keep on fighting.
We may not be slaves with earthly masters but this passage addresses our heart and our eagerness to serve others as an act of worship.
Paul passionately urges the local church to be praying for the lost because, it is only God who’s able to save and, as people are saved it gives glory to God.
What happens at the Lord's Supper and how should we come to the table that we might honor Christ?
What Qualifications are required of Deacons in the Local Church? God instructs us in the first letter to Timothy the Role, the Requirements, and the Reward for a Deacon.
This passage teaches us what Gods design of manhood and womanhood should look like when the local church should gather together.
Paul would not believe Christ and persecuted His followers. But God poured out His grace upon him and saved him...as an example of God's patient mercy in Christ.
Paul's emotive ending to his letter gives us three vital truths for the local church if it is to remain faithful to the truth.
Christ's coming to snatch His people is imminent. This passage gives us details of this promised event for our encouragement.
We are told how to relate to elders in the church in light of God's judgment - both with caution and courage depending on whether they are faithful in ministry.