2 Timothy 4 - NIV
2 Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction.
Sermons on 2 Timothy 4
Contributed by Kelly Benton on Jul 19, 2014
To share we need to get into the game and get off the bench.
In life I have noticed some very valuable lessons and the truth is no matter how I get, God is still teaching me. Stacy and I have three ornery nephews that live in Lawrence. I received a video that they made recently. They decided to make this video when their parents we gone. I suppose they were ...read more
Contributed by Jim Mccutchen on Nov 22, 2013
Paul grew to love Timothy along with Timothy’s grandmother and mother. Paul spent time further training and molding Timothy and encouraging him along with Eunice and Lois. Timothy is just a very young man but he grows under all this good teaching
MOTHERS SCHOOL OF PREACHNG! Out of the French Revolution came a story of a mother who wandered through the woods for three days with her two children, trying to survive on roots and leaves. On the third day, she heard some soldiers approaching and quickly hid herself and the children behind ...read more
Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Oct 16, 2011
God will judge the living and the dead. What must we do? 1- We must preach the Word 2- We must correct the incorrect 3- We must discharge the duties
INTRO.- ILL.- Just before takeoff one day, a flight attendant approached Muhammad Ali and asked that he fasten his seat belt. "Superman don’t need no seat belt," Ali growled. "Well, Superman," the stewardess replied, "don’t need no airplane!" Did you ever meet Muhammad Ali in person? My ...read more
Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Apr 5, 2011
Here is what I really want to address this morning, IN A NUTSHELL - If you exercise, what you consume turns into energy. If you don't exercise, it turns into fat. And believe it or not, that same truth applies to spiritual food.
TITLE: OVERFED AND UNDERNOURISHED SCRIPTURE: II TIMOTHY 4:1-5 The terms found in this thought – Overfed and Undernourished – seem to be contradictory in nature. How can one be Overfed and still be Undernourished? How can a person eat more than enough food and still lack proper ...read more
Contributed by Kelly Benton on Nov 11, 2010
Our churches are afraid to speak against such issues within the church itself because of the fear of losing people and stepping on toes. Christians are afraid to speak out against it because we do not want to be viewed as bigots or as intolerant right w
Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil? Scripture: 2 Timothy 4: 2-8 Date: 14 November 2010 Purpose: Accepting everything means you believe in nothing. When it comes to right and wrong, sitting on the fence won’t get you – or the people ...read more