Why a verse by
verse bible study?
The purpose of this book
Who am I?
Scripture versions & usage
There is no best version
Modern Viking Paraphrase
The MVP: are you offended?
Your responsibility: Read this with
your mind and Bible open
Becoming a believer
Are you a citizen of the Kingdom of God?
Dealing with Mark
The writing style of these letters
I Timothy: Chapter 1
An example: being “filled with the spirit”
Most people love the law
Remember! The problem is not the Law
This list of lawbreakers is extensive and chilling
We also must remember what I have already said differently:
Verse 1: 18–20
Only you can reject your salvation
Handing over to Satan
Remember the words of Hebrews 13: 8
These people calling “Lord, Lord” seem
to be displaying the power of God
You are not left defenseless!
Hearing the Lord
I Timothy: Chapter 2
Why do we pray?
Leaders have spheres of influence
General prayers have little power
Why are a mother’s prayers so powerful?
Dealing with work
We are salt
What is a holy person?
What does this mean on a practical level?
Is there unknown sin?
The ’fessed up & clean assumption
Dealing with societal customs
The normal roles of men and women
Normally men are given the role of responsibility
Normally women are given the role of helpmate
The faith walk requires us to be in need
Good leaders desire strong helpers
The weaker vessel?
Men are stronger?
I Timothy: Chapter 3
The gifted often make lousy administrators
Governments or administrations
Overseers rarely have gifted offices
What is a mainline church?
Almost all denominations are self-sustaining
Jesus’ five giftings have charge of the vision
Extra-local or ministry within the community
Bishops lower than pastors?
No spiritual qualifications here
Overseers usurping authority
Spiritual or natural oversight?
Gifted leaders avoiding delegation
Power is not limited to the gifted leaders
Limiting appointments causes problems
A comment from Tom Shanklin, one of my proofers
I Timothy: Chapter 4
The wisdom of age
I Timothy: Chapter 5
I Timothy: Chapter 6
Godliness as a means of gain
The second letter
II Timothy, Chapter 1
II Timothy, Chapter 2
Age of accountability
The first criteria: Is it Biblical?
To deal with heresy you must know these
two things—among many others
II Timothy, Chapter 3
Are we actually worse?
Holding the form of religion, but
denying the power of it
What is this power?
How do we deal with these evil counterfeits?
II Timothy, Chapter Four
All preachers have one sermon
Verses 4: 6–8
Other Studies offered:
What is a good study bible?
My favorite study bibles
A brief testimony
Where it all started
Dealing with the occult
Are all religions the same?
Learning about Jesus
The Bible and Jesus