Sometimes it is difficult for a congregation to see how a letter like 1 Timothy can be relevant to them. But behind every fallen leader is a church that allowed them to lead or allowed them to play fast and loose with the Bible. A church that often found themselves...
In today’s passage, the Apostle Paul speaks to the challenge that Timothy will face leading a church that consists of a large number of slaves. How do you shepherd people who are still living under the yoke of slavery? When your church is facing injustice and oppression, what is it...
To thrive means living the life you were made to live in Christ. The reason why Christians are to put Godliness over earthly gain is because, for the Christian, Godliness IS Gain. 1 Timothy 6:3-10
Our culture doesn’t know what to do with leaders. Sometimes we worship and idolize them in such a way that we become blind to their glaring flaws. More recently, we tear them down. We resemble kids at a birthday party swarming around a piñata, swinging away with glee. How do...
In our passage this morning, Paul is pressing in on a particular relationship that Timothy will need to give thought to – his relationship with the widows in the church. Paul is calling on Timothy to be generous! But he wants to make sure that Timothy adds wisdom to his...
There has never been a generation more connected than ours. And, simultaneously, there has never been a generation more disconnected either. Relationships matter. And in our passage this morning, the Apostle Paul is laying out some principles for fostering healthy relationships in the household of God. 1 Timothy 5:1-2
Timothy needed some encouragement and maybe a challenge as well. This is what Paul offered him in today’s text – words that every godly leader needs to hear but also what EVERY CHRISTIAN needs to hear. 1 Timothy 4:11-16
This morning’s text declares that knowledge of the CROSS is POWER! Not only is it power, but it is freedom! It is comfort! It is joy! It is peace! When you understand THIS, everything changes! Romans 3:21-26
Today, we’re going to turn our attention to one of the Messianic Psalms – one of the Psalms that pointed forward to the Perfect King. Psalm 72 is a prayer of Solomon – a prayer that he likely composed as he assumed the throne from his father David.
Psalm 90 calls us to consider the fact that this life has a time limit. It’s a Psalm that says life is short, God is eternal, so how are we going to live?
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