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1 Timothy 6 - AMP

2 Let those who have believing masters not be disrespectful or scornful on the grounds that they are brothers ; rather, they should serve because those who benefit by their kindly service are believers and beloved. Teach and urge these duties. 3 But if anyone teaches otherwise and does not Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.assent to the sound and wholesome messages of our Lord Jesus Christ (the Messiah) and the teaching which is in agreement with godliness (piety toward God), 4 He is puffed up with pride and stupefied with conceit, woefully ignorant. He has a Joseph Thayer, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament.morbid fondness for controversy and disputes and strife about words, which result in (produce) envy and jealousy, quarrels and dissension, abuse and insults and slander, and base suspicions, 5 And protracted wrangling and wearing discussion and perpetual friction among men who are corrupted in mind and bereft of the truth, who imagine that godliness or righteousness is a Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.source of profit . From such withdraw. 6 godliness accompanied with contentment (that contentment which is a sense of Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.inward sufficiency) is great and abundant gain. 7 For we brought nothing into the world, and obviously we cannot take anything out of the world; 8 But if we have food and clothing, with these we shall be content (satisfied). 9 But those who crave to be rich fall into temptation and a snare and into many foolish (useless, godless) and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction and miserable perishing. 10 For the love of money is a root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have been led astray and have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves through with many Alexander Souter, Pocket Lexicon.acute pangs. 11 But as for you, O man of God, flee from all these things; aim at and pursue righteousness (right standing with God and true goodness), godliness (which is the loving fear of God and being Christlike), faith, love, steadfastness (patience), and gentleness of heart. 12 Fight the good fight of the faith; lay hold of the eternal life to which you were summoned and you confessed the good confession before many witnesses. 13 In the presence of God, Who preserves alive all living things, and of Christ Jesus, Who in His testimony before Pontius Pilate made the good confession, I charge you 14 To keep all His precepts unsullied and flawless, irreproachable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ (the Anointed One), 15 Which will be shown forth in His own proper time by the blessed, only Sovereign (Ruler), the King of kings and the Lord of lords, 16 Who alone has immortality and lives in unapproachable light, Whom no man has ever seen or can see. Unto Him be honor and everlasting power and dominion. Amen (so be it). 17 As for the rich in this world, charge them not to be proud and arrogant and contemptuous of others, nor to set their hopes on uncertain riches, but on God, Who richly and ceaselessly provides us with everything for enjoyment. 18 to do good, to be rich in good works, to be liberal and generous of heart, ready to share , 19 In this way laying up for themselves a good foundation for the future, so that they may grasp that which is life indeed. 20 O Timothy, guard and keep the deposit entrusted ! Turn away from the irreverent babble and godless chatter, with the vain and empty and worldly phrases, and the subtleties and the contradictions in what is falsely called knowledge and spiritual illumination. 21 by making such profession some have erred (missed the mark) as regards the faith. Grace (divine favor and blessing) be with you all! Amen (so be it).



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Chris Appleby avatar
Focus on What Counts
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Jan, 2017
Summary: The major threat facing the church is False Teaching. So Paul encourages Timothy to concentrate on what matters most.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:11-21
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 52
Gordon Curley avatar
Watch and Be Ready!
Shared by: Gordon Curley on Nov, 2016
Summary: Watch and Be Ready - 1 Timothy chapter 6 verses 1-21 - sermon by Gordon Curley. PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:1-21
Denomination: Brethren
Views: 154
Jeffrey  Sims avatar
Finding Contentment
Shared by: Jeffrey Sims on Nov, 2016
Summary: Ways to find satisfaction and contentment with what we have in our lives. Finding contentment through a relationship with Christ
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-11
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 691
Paul Sizemore avatar
Take Hold of Eternal Life
Shared by: Paul Sizemore on Sep, 2016
Summary: Jesus has just said, "No one can serve two masters; you cannot serve God and money" (Luke 16:13). Then Jesus goes on to share his parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31). Paul's words to Timothy (I Timothy 6:6-19) support Jesus' claim.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-19
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 90
Gerald Roberts avatar
"O, Man Of God"
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Sep, 2016
Summary: Paul encourages Timothy to be a man of God you need to Flee, Follow, Fight , and have Faith.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-19
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 119
Craig Condon avatar
The Love of Money
Shared by: Craig Condon on Sep, 2016
Summary: The pursuit of money or all the things it can buy is a problem. It shows that we are putting our faith, our sense of security and our hope for the future in material goods. Instead, we need to put our hope in God.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-19
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 65
Byron Perrine avatar
Our Purpose is found in Adopting Christian Priorities
Shared by: Byron Perrine on Sep, 2016
Summary: This is my adaptation of a sermon by Phillip Krueger, "A Changed Life Requires New Priorities", S.C. 3/14/04. While it is little changed from his sermon, I wish to share it with my few personalized redactions because this sermon has affected me personally
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-19
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 92
Troy Borst avatar
Content to Be Content
Shared by: Troy Borst on Sep, 2016
Summary: So how do we turn our back on the feeling of being discontent and cultivate a great sense of contentment in our lives?
Kerry Haynes avatar
Making Long-term Investments
Shared by: Kerry Haynes on Jul, 2016
Summary: We are really good at accumulating stuff. But how often do our possessions begin to possess us? Jesus warns us about the dangers of greed and calls us to be more than our net worth, challenging us to invest rather in godly pursuits.
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Denomination: Baptist
Views: 604
Rick Crandall avatar
God's Will for Our Wealth
Shared by: Rick Crandall on May, 2016
Summary: God's Will for Our Wealth 1. Choose humility over being haughty. 2. Trust your God more than your gold. 3. Choose generosity over greed.
Clair Sauer avatar
Money is the Root of All Evil
Shared by: Clair Sauer on Apr, 2016
Summary: Like so many things in life, money is not inherently bad, but our perspective on money can cause lots of problems.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:3-19
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 371
Tim Smith avatar
Determining a Standard of Living
Shared by: Tim Smith on Feb, 2016
Summary: Whether poor or rich or in the middle, all of us have to determine our standard of living. So who or what is determining your standard of living? Who or what is influencing your financial decisions and the life you’re living?
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:7-13
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 257
David Henderson avatar
"Sharing our Wealth"
Shared by: David Henderson on Dec, 2015
Summary: The apostle Paul had something to say about that in a letter he wrote to a young preacher named Timothy. He told Timothy that we should be content with what God has given us. Happiness. Contentment.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-8
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 127
Dan Proctor avatar
It Is Still More Blessed
Shared by: Dan Proctor on Nov, 2015
Summary: In Acts 20:35, Paul gives a direct quote from the lips of Jesus Christ himself. Jesus said, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." What does the word "blessed" mean? I think we know what it means. We say," I sure was blessed the other day.
Series: 1 Timothy
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:17-19
Denomination: Bible Church
Views: 523
Dan Proctor avatar
Fighting A Good Fight
Shared by: Dan Proctor on Nov, 2015
Summary: The apostle Paul often spoke of fighting. An example of this is in our text (vs. 12). In his next book to Timothy he uses this same language and says, “I have fought a good fight…” (I think Paul loved sports.) 2 Timothy 4:7
Series: 1 Timothy
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:12-16
Denomination: Bible Church
Views: 416
Wade M. Hughes, Sr avatar
Losing sight of the goal? Faith fights
Shared by: Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Oct, 2015
Summary: It is easy to get in the heat of the battle and lose sight of our goals before us fight the good fight of faith... faith wins.
David Rigg avatar
Should Christians Buy Lottery Tickets?
Shared by: David Rigg on Oct, 2015
Summary: This sermon deals with Lottery tickets and other forms of gambling.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:9-18
Views: 1,096
David Owens avatar
Spending - Where Does Our Money Go?
Shared by: David Owens on Sep, 2015
Summary: As we discuss spending in this second sermon of the series, we focus on two words "contentment" and "containment."
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
Faith Should Be Spelled RISK
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Jul, 2015
Summary: For the Christian, Faith is not spelled "F-A-I-T-H" it is spelled "R-I-S-K." If something is not a risk, then it really does not require Faith.
bala samson avatar
Frivolity of prosperity
Shared by: bala samson on Jul, 2015
Summary: To spend frantically and thoughtlessly is norm today, but to count every penny and be wise is class apart!
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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:16-18
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 373
Rufus Elijah Yamoah avatar
Awake from Idolatry
Shared by: Rufus Elijah Yamoah on Jul, 2015
Summary: God is calling His children to give up the sin of Idol worship in their lives.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 341
Greg Gordon avatar
Almsgiving the Sure Investment in the Coming Age
Shared by: Greg Gordon on Jun, 2015
Summary: In this way they will lay up treasure for themselves as a firm foundation for the coming age, so that they may take hold of the life that is truly life. – 1 Timothy 6:19
Ed Vasicek avatar
Called to Be Super-Heroes
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on Jun, 2015
Summary: In the spiritual realm, we are called to be God’s super heroes. We can only be super heroes on earth, because — when we are in heaven — we will not need these unique skills.
Ed Vasicek avatar
Contentment and Money
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on May, 2015
Summary: Better to be content than wealthy, but better yet to be content and good stewards of what God has given us.
Ed Vasicek avatar
We Do Not Live to Ourselves
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on May, 2015
Summary: It is not just about “God and me,” as some less-than-social Christians might assert. In God’s Kingdom, our behavior affects others and their behavior affects us.
Denn Guptill avatar
The Generosity of the Book
Shared by: Denn Guptill on Apr, 2015
Summary: Sometimes people think that that there is no place for talk of money from the pulpit but the Scriptures speak about money, giving and generosity from beginning to end. This message looks at thoughts on generosity from the Book.
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6-19
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 359
Bobby Gilles avatar
The Rich & Money
Shared by: Bobby Gilles on Mar, 2015
Summary: What is God's word to the rich? And why should we care since we're not rich? Oh, wait ... are we rich?
Series: Money Talks
Troy Borst avatar
Christian Atheist: Money
Shared by: Troy Borst on Mar, 2015
Summary: Do we really trust in God? Do we really trust in our money? Do we say we believe in God and yet live as though He doesn’t exist? Do we say we trust in God and in His security and yet live as though we trust only in money?
Jared Thomas avatar
Daily Walk
Shared by: Jared Thomas on Feb, 2015
Summary: It Challenges teenagers not to try to fit in based on what the world thinks is cool. The 3 main points are to Flee Unrighteousness, Fight the good Fight, and We are Called. It challenges teenagers to live for God even outside of the walls of the Church.
Series: Daily Walk
Stephen Belokur avatar
Great Gain - What is That?
Shared by: Stephen Belokur on Jan, 2015
Summary: We know that Godliness with contentment is great gain but what is great gain in the life of a Christian?
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:6
Denomination: Nazarene
Views: 607