4 edition of To Timothy and all other disciples found in the catalog.
To Timothy and all other disciples
by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Written in English
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cc licensed flickr photo shared by Phillie Casablanca Christians today face many challenges. Some of these challenges have been around as long as Christianity has been. Others are new or worsened by society's growing apathy towards organized religion and by technological advances that bring images and thoughts that assault our beliefs into our daily lives. The following are five of the . All of us, saved by God, commanded us to preach the Gospel, regardless of our biological status. Paul just points that in the church, at home, and in other human institution, it is really men who have the authority and women are to submit and to be deligent and attentive listener when the man is .
One of the disciples chosen by the Lord following his appearance among the Nephites was the brother of Nephi. His name was Timothy, a name used by the Greeks and a name found in the New Testament. Although we do not know for certain, there are several plausible explanations for the appearance of this name in the Book of Mormon. Again (in Titus ), Paul sends him on a mission for him, and (in 2 Timothy ), we see Paul sending Tychicus to Ephesus. It appears that Trophimus was a brother to Tychicus. Trophimus is a Greek name which means nourishing. (In 2 Timothy ), Paul writes that he left Trophimus in ill health at Miletum.
Pastor Tim's forthright and anointed preaching, coupled with a great manifestation of the power of God has seen over 1 million saved, thousands healed, drastically changed, baptised in . First Timothy contains several highly quoted passages. Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners (I Timothy ). Jesus Christ is the one mediator between God and the human race, who wills that all men be saved (). I Timothy notes the Church of the living God is the pillar and foundation of truth! reflects on the end.
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Timothy appeared to have been intimidated by his youthfulness. Paul urged him in 1 Timothy "Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.".
Timothy did not regret investing his life in discipling others. His example encourages us never to be embarrassed by our association with the cause of Christ. Even when it seems unpopular or disadvantageous, Jesus invites us, as His disciples, to join with other believers in experiencing adversity, if necessary, for the sake of the : Dan Lioy.
The First Epistle of Paul to Timothy, usually referred to simply as First Timothy and often written 1 Timothy, is one of three letters in the New Testament of the Bible often grouped together as the Pastoral Epistles, along with Second Timothy and letter, traditionally attributed to the Apostle Paul, consists mainly of counsels to his younger colleague and delegate Timothy regarding.
Timothy grew up in the town of Lystra as the son of a Jewish woman named Eunice, who was a believer, and a Greek (Gentile) father who is not mentioned by name (Acts ).
Other than this brief mention of Timothy’s father, there is no other information about him so we have no idea if he was even a part of Timothy’s life growing up. Timothy Received Paul’s Second Letter. After the apostle came to Rome in the y being then very near his death, St.
Paul wrote to Timothy his second letter, which is full of marks of kindness and tenderness for this his dear disciple; and which is Author: People of The Bible.
Like Christ, Paul taught that all who wanted to be godly in this world would suffer (2 Tim ). He encouraged Timothy to suffer with him like a good soldier of Christ (2 Tim ). And he also taught that we should rejoice when going through suffering because it produces perseverance, character, and hope (Rom ).
Timothy. Timothy was a teenager when he met Paul. His family lived in Lystra so he was a Galatian. His father was a Greek man; we know nothing of his faith. But, Timothy’s mom and grandmother were faithful Jewish women who taught the Old Testament scriptures to this boy they loved so much (Acts ; 2 Timothy ).
Timothy became St Paul’s disciple, and later his constant companion and co-worker in preaching. In the y Paul and Silas took Timothy along with them on their journey to Macedonia. Augustine extols his zeal and disinterestedness in immediately forsaking his country, his house, and his parents, to follow the apostle, to share in his poverty and sufferings.
The same thing is true of Apollos. In 1 Corinthians Paul speaks of himself and two other ministers of Christ—Peter and Apollos—and subsequently says: For I think that God has exhibited us apostles as last of all, like men sentenced to death, because we have become a spectacle to the world, to angels, and to men [1 Cor.
Timothy Other Persons Mentioned In The Acts Ananias of Damascus. Ananias was a disciple of Jesus at Damascus mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles in the Bible, which describes how he was sent by Jesus to restore the sight of "Saul, of Tarsus".
According to ActsAnanias was living in Damascus. “Timothy,” often spelled Timotheus, was Paul’s spiritual son in the faith and loyal co-worker. In the New Testament, Timothy appears with Paul more than any other man. Though Timothy’s mother was Jewish and taught him the Scriptures (2 Tim.
; ), his father was Greek. The grammar likely suggests his father was dead. Timothy Shultz has been making disciples in India, the UK, and North America since He holds a master’s degree in education and is the founder of GO Network.
He and his wife, Melanie, have three children. Tim and Melanie live in New s: 7. Jesus Christ selected the 12 disciples from among his early followers to become his closest companions. After an intensive discipleship course and following his resurrection from the dead, the Lord fully commissioned the apostles (MatthewMark ) to advance God's kingdom and carry the gospel message to the world.
Timothy's father was a heathen Greek (Hellen, not Hellenistes, a Greek-speaking Jew); this fact is twice mentioned (Acts ,3). His mother was a Jewess, but he had not been circumcised in infancy, probably owing to objections made by his father.
Timothy's mother was called Eunice, and his grandmother Lois. Every leader needs mentors and models — typically other leaders just ahead of where we are in our growth and our journey. And every leader also needs to be mentoring and modeling those just behind us.
This is the only way for discipleship to take on the multi-generational nature described by Paul in 2 Timothy“You have heard me teach things that have been confirmed by many reliable.
Paul, author of 2 Timothy and at least 12 other New Testament books, church planter, evangelist, missionary, and perhaps the greatest of all the apostles. Timothy, Paul’s faithful and beloved associate, pastor of the Church at Ephesus, and recipient of two apostolic letters, First and Second Timothy.
Lois, Timothy’s godly grandmother. He also exhorted Timothy not to let others look down upon him due to his youth, but to set an example for other believers "in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity" (1 Timothy ).
Paul told Timothy to be devoted to reading Scripture, exhorting, and teaching, and to not neglect the gift that he had been given.
And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight reprove. Colossians ,29 Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom; that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus:.
Timothy was a disciple and friend of the Apostle Paul. It is the best of all books and all writings; for it is the very Word and will of God. It speaks only truth, and is full of the greatest truths.
It has done more good in the world than all other books. Everyone has to do with what the Bible makes known. It teaches about God and man, and. Out of love for those we disciple, we must not be silent when they are living in opposition to the Scriptures.
Paul says that we teach and train everyone “with all wisdom”. James says to ask God for wisdom, and this is so important. As we disciple others, we must continually seek the Lord’s wisdom and guidance.
When Luke, the writer of the book of Acts, introduces Timothy, we read about Paul journeying to Derbe and Lystra. “And behold, a certain disciple was there, named Timothy, the son of a certain Jewish woman who believed, but his father was Greek. He was well spoken of by the brethren who were at Lystra and Iconium.
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Timothy Paul Jones skillfully synchronizes a biblical view of the natural family, the faith family, and a passion for bringing generations together to see the gospel of Jesus Christ passed on to children yet to be s: I don’t think the apostle was being hypocritical at all.
This is a very interesting historical situation that the New Testament records for us. It does say that Paul circumcised Timothy and then refused to circumcise Titus, and this became a major controversy in the early church.