Book of Timothy

Book of Timothy in the bible.

1 Timothy

The Book of Timothy 1 also know as First Epistle of Paul to Timothy, for the most part alluded to just as First Timothy and regularly composed 1 Timothy, is one of three letters in the New Testament of the Bible.

The Paul’s Letter comprises fundamentally of direction to his more youthful associate and delegate Timothy in regards to his service in Ephesus (1:3). These direction incorporate guidelines on the association of the Church and the obligations laying on specific gatherings of pioneers in that and additionally appeals to devotion in keeping up reality in the midst of encompassing mistakes.

Book of Timothy 1 Outline

  • I. Salutation (1:1–2)
  • II. Negative Instructions: Stop the False Teachers (1:3–20)
    A. Warning against False Teachers (1:3–11)
    1. The Charge to Timothy Stated (1:3)
    2. Their Wrong Use of the Law (1:4–7)
    3. The Right Use of the Law (1:8–11)B. Paul’s Experience of Grace (1:12–17)C. The Charge to Timothy Repeated (1:18–20)
  • III. Positive Instructions: Repair the Church (2:1–6:10)
    A. Restoring the Conduct of the Church (2:1–3:16)
    1. Instructions on Public Worship (2:1–15)
    a. Concerning Prayer (2:1–7)
    b. Concerning the Role of Men and Women (2:8–15)1) Men: Pray in a Holy Manner (2:8)
    2) Women: Quiet Conduct (2:9–15)
    2. Instructions on Church Leadership (3:1–13)
    a. Qualifications of Overseers (Elders) (3:1–7)
    b. Qualifications of Deacons (3:8–13)3. Summary (3:14–16)
    a. Conduct of the Church (3:14–15)
    b. Hymn to Christ (3:16)B. Guarding the Truth in the Church (4:1–16)
    1. In the Face of Apostasy (4:1–5)
    2. Timothy’s Personal Responsibilities (4:6–16)
    3. Spiritual Exercises (4:7–9)

    C. Dealing with Groups in the Church (5:1–6:10)
    1. Men and Women, Young and Old (5:1–2)
    2. Widows (5:3–16)
    a. Older Widows (5:3–10)
    b. Younger Widows (5:11–16)

    3. Elders (5:17–25)
    a. The Reward of Elders (5:17–18)
    b. The Reputation of Elders (5:19–20)

    1) The Reputation of Elders Protected (5:19)
    2) The Sins of Elders Publicly Rebuked (5:20)
    c. The Recognition of Prospective Elders (5:21–25)
    4. Slaves (6:1–2)
    5. False Teachers (6:3–10)

  • IV. Personal Instructions: Pursue Godliness (6:11–21)
    A. Fight the Good Fight (6:11–16)
    B. A Final Word to the Wealthy (6:17–19)
    C. Guard What has been Entrusted (6:20–21)

2 Timothy

The Second Epistle of Paul to Timothy, for the most part alluded to just as Second Timothy and frequently composed 2 Timothy.

The three epistles are called “peaceful” on the grounds that they identify with the direct of chapel pioneers, considered as ministers (actually shepherds). It is generally thought to be the last epistle he composed before his demise. It is routed to Timothy, a kindred missionary. The Epistle advocates perseverance as the primary quality for an evangelist of the gospel.

As a decent officer for Jesus Christ, he is to be unadulterated, respectable, and prepared to take his offer of suffering. In Paul’s goodbye, he portrays himself as toward the finish of his vocation and anticipating the crown of righteousness.

1 Timothy New Testament Paul’s Letter to Timothy Summary


2 Timothy New Testament Paul’s Letter to Timothy Summary


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