Sermon Series
  • 1. Don't Give Up!

    Contributed on May 28, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    Do you face opposition in your life? Does it discourage you? Listen to Paul’s words of encouragement to a discouraged pastor and find hope.

    Have you ever been ready just to give up - especially when it comes to serving the Lord. You’ve learned about Him, given your heart to Him, then stepped out either to hare the Lord with someone or in some kind of ministry and nothing seems to be going right. You are ready to throw in the towel more

  • 2. Persevere Under Hardship

    Contributed on May 30, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Are you going through tough times? It could be that God is making you into a wonderul tool - to use in furthering His kingdom. Find out how Paul encouraged Timothy to stay with it under pressure.

    Paul has just gotten finished telling Timothy that despite the fact that he was abandoned in Rome – that there were a few – like Onesiphorus, who were a great comfort during hard times. Now he takes it one step further – be strong yourself, and look for people you can trust – then pass on good more

  • 3. The Truth Of God's Word

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    How fully do you trust that the bible is God’s word? and what happens to your faith if you doubt the bible?

    This chapter contains some of the richest verses about the veracity of the Word of God, and the reality of persecution in the New Testament. It also contains some of the strongest language in the Bible against those who pose as teachers of the Scriptures, but are actually false teachers and what more

  • 4. Come Before Winter

    Contributed on Jun 14, 2005
    based on 22 ratings

    Is it winter in your life? Do you feel abandoned and without hope? Let the last words of the Apostle Paul encourage you as he prepared to cast off for the next shore.

    Quite a number of years ago now I saw what was one of the most impacting presentations of my entire life. An actor – Phil Nash – performed a dramatic reading of 2nd Timothy called “Come Before Winter.” It was just him – in costume, alone on the stage with a few props, reciting the book as Paul the more