4 edition of exposition of Second Timothy, inspirational and practical found in the catalog.
exposition of Second Timothy, inspirational and practical
N. A. Woychuk
Includes the Authorized version of Second Timothy.
|Other titles||Bible. N.T. Timothy, 2nd. English. Authorized. 1974.|
|Statement||by N. A. Woychuk.|
|LC Classifications||BS2745.3 .W69 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||73014535|
The book of 2 nd Timothy is a Pastoral Epistle (letter from Paul to a church leader). The author is the Apostle Paul who wrote it approximately 67 A.D. and is probably his last letter. After Paul’s release from his first imprisonment in Rome in AD 61 or 62, and after his final missionary journey (probably into Spain), he was again imprisoned under Emperor Nero c. Introduction to 1 & 2 Timothy. By James M. Rochford. Download a free mp3 teaching series on 1 Timothy here ). Therefore, we cannot expect Luke to mention every single historical detail of the early church in a 28 chapter book. Second, Paul mentions Titus in his other letters, Commentary on 1 Timothy.
An Exposition of Second Timothy: 2 Timothy 3: By Edward Dennett. The walk of Paul is a close approximation to that of Christ, and it is on this account that he is often led of the Holy Ghost to refer to himself as an example to others. This is the case here. Second Timothy and Titus. He is my “Timothy” and being; such, I know him and his background, and what we can expect from him in this field. Brother De Welt is a talented man in his presentation as well as being a deep student of the Word of God, His many books now .
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Get this from a library. An exposition of Second Timothy, inspirational and practical. [N A Woychuk]. The book 2nd Timothy: Be Strong is an exegetical and practical commentary on 2 Timothy. The author, a former professor of the New Testament and homiletics, challenges the reader to examine the text and make applications to the pastoral ministry.
The inaugural volume of the ECC series provides a fresh, readable translation of 1 and 2 Timothy together with notes and commentary on this highly relevant section of Scripture.
The Notes section of the commentary offers detailed philological analysis of the majority of the words used in these two Pastoral Epistles.
The Comment section guides readers through the complex theological, historical. The book of I Timothy is a letter by the Apostle Paul to Timothy, Paul’s true son in the faith (vs. Paul entrusted Timothy with leading the church in Ephesus. He strongly reminds him of his inspirational and practical book which is to squelch the false teachings by those.
The book of 1 Timothy, one of the Apostle Paul's three Pastoral Epistles, provides a unique yardstick for churches to measure their conduct. The letter identifies the traits of committed Christians and also offers practical and spiritual guidance to pastors and church : Jack Zavada.
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For all eternity;: Being a devotional exposition of I Cor. by N. A Woychuk and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at N a Woychuk - AbeBooks. Commentary for 2 Timothy 1 The first design of this epistle seems to have been, to apprize Timothy of what had occurred during the imprisonment of the apostle, and to request him to come to Rome.
But being uncertain whether he should be suffered to live to see him, Paul gives a variety of advices and encouragements, for the faithful discharge. Exposition of Second Timothy: the Apostle Paul's Farewell 2 copies. The Servant of the Living God 2 copies. Singing Psalms with Isaac Watts and a Biography of the Author 2 copies.
Pleasing God, Beginner Plan Memory Book V 2 copies. The indispensable Holy Spirit 2 copies. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the John Gill's Exposition on the Entire Bible-Book of 2nd Timothy by John Gill at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Format: NOOK Book (Ebook). First Timothy therefore is an epistle containing practical instructions for the life of the local churches.
In the first chapter Paul puts the sound teaching in contrast to the Law of Moses. The second chapter deals with prayer (especially prayer of men) and with the position of the Christian woman. Reviews Written by N.
Woychuk, Exposition of Second Timothy is a devotional and practical verse-by-verse exposition of Paul's great epistle to his spiritual son Timothy. Often called the "last will and testament" of the Apostle Paul, Second Timothy is a compelling and powerful book, full of practical helps for every Christian.
An Exposition of Second Timothy: 2 Timothy 2: By Edward Dennett. The connection of this chapter with that which precedes it is both intimate and striking. The Apostle was led to depict his circumstances and his situation in the darkest colours; for in truth nothing could be gloomier to the outward eye than the outlook at that moment.
For Timothy, the “scriptures” were our Old Testament. But they are more. Timothy was a follower of Paul. If you read much of what Paul wrote, you will be impressed with the holy quality of the text.
The first part of Romans 8 also help clarify the inspiration of the text. Then look at Jesus’ final prayer with His disciples in John The Second Epistle to Timothy was written from Rome. - Syriac. To the man Timothy. - Aethiopic, Nothing in the Vulgate.
End of the epistle; it was written from the city of Rome when Timothy had been constituted bishop over Ephesus; and when Paul had stood the second time in the presence of Nero Caesar, the Roman emperor. The book also deals with important practical issues: true versus false teaching; spiritually disciplining one’s life; rebuking and counseling people; the church’s responsibility to the poor and needy; issues involving church elders; and the gospel and money.
This volume contains a detailed outline of, and commentary on, the book of 1 Size: KB. Second Timothy also affirms the resurrection (2 Tim. ) and the second coming (2 Tim.8) of Christ. See also "Introduction to 1 Timothy: Purpose and Distinctives." As the last of Paul's letters, 2 Timothy is especially important because it provides us with some final insights regarding the apostle Paul.
His situation was bleak. 2 Timothy. This is the second letter that Paul wrote to Timothy in the Bible's New Testament.
Paul wrote this letter from prison. Timothy was one of Paul's followers. He was looking after a church. Paul wanted Timothy to visit him. Timothy was rather nervous. Paul told Timothy to suffer difficulties like a soldier, a runner or a farmer. 2 Timothy The cloak — Perhaps the toga which belonged to him as a Roman citizen, or an upper garment, which might be needful as winter came on.
The word φαιλονη, however, so rendered, also signifies a bag, in which sense the Syriac translator understood it, paraphrasing the expression, a bag containing books; or a kind of portmanteau, the contents of which might be more.
Author: 2 Timothy identifies the author of the Book of 2 Timothy as the apostle Paul. Date of Writing: The Book of 2 Timothy was written in approximately A.D.
67, shortly before the apostle Paul was put to death. Purpose of Writing: Imprisoned in Rome yet again, the apostle Paul felt lonely and abandoned. Paul recognized that his earthly life was likely coming to an end soon.See all books authored by N.A.
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