Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching :

Sermons on 1 Timothy 2:1-2: showing 1-15 of 180


Clear Scripture Filters




  • Show more


Sermon Type


Confident Preaching
Try PRO free and preach with confidence when people need it most.
Free for pastors
  • The Christian’s Duty To Our Political Leaders Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Oct 29, 2014

    An examination of the call for us to pray for our political leaders as well as some of the reasons that we usually fail to fulfill that obligation.

    THREE WAYS WE INTERACT WITH OUR POLITICAL LEADERS: 1. We complain about them. - Today this is our default position. Everyone is terrible, everything is terrible. This one’s a liar, that one’s a thief. This one is kicking puppies, that one hates babies. - And so we more

  • God's Election Advice - Part 1

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Oct 8, 2016

    With this nation facing it's most difficult election choices in history its time to seek God's word for his advice on what to do.

    President Ronald Reagan one time told the story of when he was a teenager, he needed a new pair of boots made. In those days, you couldn’t just go to a shoe store, you went to the shoemaker shop. The cobbler asked the young man- “Do you want blunt end toes or pointed end toes?” more

  • One Mediator Between God And Man

    Contributed by Justin Spradlin on Aug 31, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus is our mediator. He is our go between. Because man has fallen this is why we need Jesus

    1 Timothy 2:1-7 One Mediator Between God and Man Before we begin we must describe what this mediator is. - a person who attempts to make people involved in a conflict come to an agreement; a go between. - This is who Jesus is. He has done the work to bring us into a relationship with God. more

  • The Untapped Power Of A Man

    Contributed by Phillip Davis on Aug 6, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Each man has been given the power of prayer to release his untapped potential.

    THEME: THE UNTAPPED POWER OF A MAN TEXT: 1 TIMOTHY 2:1 – 8 TITLE: PRAYING MEN… Introduction: It was early Sunday morning and William’s mother came into his room and said, “William, it’s Sunday. Time to get up…Time to get up and go to more

  • Guidelines In The Worship Of God (Pt. One: Importance / Priority Of Prayer Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on May 18, 2013

    The early church placed a great priority on many types of prayer, but the ultimate end of those prayers were not merely for blessing the Church, but to bring the Lost to Christ.

    GUIDELINES IN THE WORSHIP OF GOD (Part One: The Importance and Priority of Prayer) 1 Timothy 2:1-7 Dorn Ridge Church Of Christ May 19, 2013 Audio link to this sermon: INTRODUCTION: 1.) As we have said before, Paul had written this epistle to Timothy as kind of more

  • Love And Grace For All Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Mar 15, 2016

    Message seven in this exposition shows that God's priority for the church is evangelism and that predestination is a mystery that should not deter us from choosing salvation and encouraging others to choose. It shows the cruelty and anti love in Calvinism

    PASSING CHRISTIANITY DOWN AN EXPOSITION OF FIRST TIMOTHY by Bob Marcaurelle D. The Faith Proclaimed 2:1-8 MESSAGE 7 LOVE AND GRACE FOR ALL 1 Timothy 2:1-8 v1) “I urge, then, first of all that requests, prayers, intercessions (conversations) more

  • The Precedence Of Prayer-3

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Jun 12, 2012

    3 of 3. Paul exhorted Timothy regarding the place of prayer in the Church. Prayer must take precedence in the Church. When is it obvious that it holds priority? Prayer takes precedence when...

    The PRECEDENCE Of PRAYER-III—1Timothy 2:1-8 Attention: Communication is vital to any aspect of life. Maybe you are mute, or know someone who is mute. Maybe you are deaf, or know someone who is deaf. The challenges you face every day are mountainous because of such physical more

  • Prayer Series

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Nov 12, 2012

    The need for prayer

    1 Timothy 2 - Prayer 10/5/08 Turn with me this morning to the second chapter in the book of 1 Timothy. Timothy in towards the end of the New Testament, in the second half of the Bible. We saw that this is a letter from the Apostle Paul to Timothy, his young protegé. Paul left Timothy at Ephesus more

  • O Brother, Where Art Thou In Civil Government

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Dec 4, 2012

    Within the last 50 years there has been a straight jacket/muzzle placed upon the Christian Community & pulpits when it comes to her being involved in the civil arena (from the outside but often from the within our own ranks).

    O Brother, Where Art Thou in Civil Government (Inspired by David Barton’s book, The Role of Pastors & Christians in Civil Government) July 1, 2012 * FBC Chester, IL * Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction A Within the last 50 years there has been a straight jacket/muzzle placed upon more

  • Unlimited Prayer Based Upon Unlimited Atonement Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 2, 2015

    It is human nature for us to become closed, introverted, and selfish — even in our prayer lives. God demands that our prayers extend way beyond ourselves to incorporate all sorts of people.

    Unlimited Prayer Based Upon Unlimited Atonement (I Timothy 2:1-7) 1. One fellow defended himself form criticism, “Some people say I am a snob, but this is not true. Although my butler can be a snob at times.” 2. Does being rich automatically make one a snob? Certainly not. more

  • Breakthrough Prayer For My City

    Contributed by Keith Broyles on Oct 7, 2014

    As people of faith we need to be people of prayer but even more than that, people of breakthrough prayer, asking God to break through in situations where there is nothing else we can do. We need breakthrough prayer in our cities.

    It started out as a prayer meeting some forty years before. This prayer meeting was not without its detractors, at least not outside the Church of St. Nicholas in Leipzig Germany. Those who attended the prayer meeting were harassed and threatened on a fairly regular basis. Still, Monday night after more

  • The Who, Why, And How Of Prayer (Part 4) Series

    Contributed by Dan Proctor on Sep 8, 2014

    Part 4 in a series on Prayer.

    The Who, Why, And How Of Prayer (Part 4) 1 Timothy 2:1-8 Introduction: 1. Sometimes life can seem like a shipwreck. People can make shipwreck of their own lives. Paul gave an example of some who did this at the end of chapter 1. He even gave their names. 2. Paul more

  • Divine Providence Part 7 - Providence And Civil Governments Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Nov 27, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Part 7 of an 8-part series that was originally developed as a 13-week adult class. This part examines the Christian's relationship with and responsibility to civil government.

    DIVINE PROVIDENCE This is Part 7 of an 8-part series that was originally developed for a 13-week adult class, with some of the parts taking more or less than a 45-minute class period. I am starting to post the series on SermonCentral, and plan to post the remaining parts over the next few days as more

  • When We All Get Together Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Jun 3, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    This sermon addresses the sometimes "sticky" topics of hand-raising and women in the church. If Paul would be "appalled" with any legalistic interpretation of his advice to Timothy.

    I Timothy #2 CHCC: April 22, 2007 When We All Get Together I Timothy 2:1-15 INTRODUCTION: Last Sunday, we looked at I Timothy chapter 1 where Paul gave a young minister named Timothy direction on how to handle false teachers in the Church at Ephesus. Paul charged Timothy to defeat more

  • Intercessory Prayer

    Contributed by Ed Wood on May 31, 2007
    based on 28 ratings

    A message focusing on praying for others.

    INTERCESSORY PRAYER 1 Timothy 2:1-3 INTRO: As I was visiting with the family of someone in the hospital recently I asked, “Is there anything we can do for you?” She replied, “Just pray for us.” After a service recently, one of the ladies of the congregation said to me as she left the church, more