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Stewarding Gifts

The NET Bible Chapter 4

4:11 Command and teach these things. 4:12 Let no one look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in your speech, conduct, love, faithfulness, and purity. 4:13 Until I come, give attention to the public reading of scripture, to exhortation, to teaching. 4:14 Do not neglect the spiritual gift you have, given to you and confirmed by prophetic words when the elders laid hands on you. 4:15 Take pains with these things; be absorbed in them, so that everyone will see your progress. 4:16 Be conscientious about how you live and what you teach. Persevere in this, because by doing so you will save both yourself and those who listen to you.

1. Do not neglect your Gifts
Take charge, be accountable i.e. account of ability
be accountable for the good gifts God has blessed us with & not the disfunction & negativities in our lives
dig for gold
be prepared & ready for the day just as we prepare our Jobs/work etc.
sili, toro seru, spray, getting ready
clothes, car gas etc
be your best @ what was released to us by impartation via Elders.
Timothy do something with the gifts - being held accountable for your gifts
be proactive getting ready
spend time daily re KOG in us, remind and reassure ourselves.be
be responsible for ourselves - no boredom
David strengthened himself in the Lord
no victim mentality. we attract whatever we value victor mentality is the in thing -
:18
===> prophecy destroys fortresses & lofty things
What ifs replace with what God says re situation we face. we shld recant wat God has done
-Do not fear you worm Jacob......
soul why r u in distress?
2. We rcv gifts via impartation, till pple see u r growing
“established”= stand in the storm
- prophet’s reward = grace
stewardship of God’s grace he gave me for u
grace given II according to X’s gift
fold ministry gifts
Gifts differ according to grace
Body; Instruction, Personal 1:3–6:19
Instruction, Pastoral 4:11–16
Longacre Genre Primary: Behavioral: Hortatory
Letter, Personal 1 Timothy
Teaching Cultural Concept
Body; Instruction, Personal 1:3–6:19
Intertext Target: II Clement 10.5 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
Instruction, Pastoral 4:11–16
Intertext Target: II Clement 15.1 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
Figure of Speech Description: No-Ands Name: Asyndeton
Intertext Target: II Clement 19.1 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
Longacre Genre Primary: Behavioral: Hortatory
Intertext Target: Ignatius to the Ephesians 16.2 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
Teaching Cultural Concept
1 tn Or “Do not speak harshly to an older man.”
Intertext Target: II Clement 10.5 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
2 tn No verb “speak” is stated in this clause, but it continues the sense of the preceding.
Intertext Target: II Clement 15.1 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
3 sn The word honor here carries the double meaning of respect and financial support. This Greek word can imply both senses, and both are intended in this context.
Intertext Target: II Clement 19.1 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
4 tn Grk “the real widows,” “those who are really widows.”
Intertext Target: Ignatius to the Ephesians 16.2 Corpus: Apostolic Fathers Relationship: Echo
5 tn Or “to practice their religion.”
1 tn Or “Do not speak harshly to an older man.”
2 tn No verb “speak” is stated in this clause, but it continues the sense of the preceding.
3 sn The word honor here carries the double meaning of respect and financial support. This Greek word can imply both senses, and both are intended in this context.
4 tn Grk “the real widows,” “those who are really widows.”
5 tn Or “to practice their religion.”
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