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  • Special Honor For Elders Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Jul 6, 2001
    based on 40 ratings


    BIG IDEA: HOW TO RELATE PROPERLY TO CERTAIN SPECIAL GROUPS OF PEOPLE IN THE CHURCH -- PART II -- SPECIAL HONOR FOR ELDERS I. (:17-18) RECOGNITION OF EXCELLING ELDERS A. Double Honor Deserving to those Who Excel 1. Based on Ruling Well to Oversee the Church "Let the elders who rule well be more

  • Treating People Right Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on May 19, 2005
    based on 28 ratings

    What is the appropriate response to bad leadership, or people that you have to correct that are older or younger than you? Find out - along with how Paul told Timothy to treat widows on the church payroll.

    Paul gives Timothy some pastoral advice on how to treat various groups in the body of Christ: older and younger men, older and younger women, widows - and then elders. Finally he gives Timothy some very personal advice. It’s possible that these two groups - widows and elders - were the focus of more

  • Leadership Responsibilities Series

    Contributed by Phillip Day on Aug 20, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    Christians have a responsibility to others as well as themselves.

    Leadership Responsibilities 1 Timothy 5:1-25 I. Responsibility to Sinning Members (v. 1-2; Galatians 6:1-2) a. Treat older members as a father or mother (Leviticus 19:32) b. Treat younger members as a brother or sister (2 Thessalonians 3:15) II. Responsibility to Charitable Actions (v. more

  • "Relationships In The Family Of God” Series

    Contributed by Ed Taylor on Jul 31, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    The church is a family.

    THE CHURCH IS A FAMILY… All of us who trust in Jesus Christ: brothers & sisters in the Lord this morning… • That’s just something you have to get into your mind. • THE CHURCH, THIS CHURCH, ANY CHURCH… is a family! • Now I would say we’re a typical family, a normal family. • Instead of flesh & more

  • Hunger For Respect Series

    Contributed by Kyle Gray on Aug 9, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon on how the church should function according to 1 Timothy Chapter 5.

    Hunger for Respect OLYMPIC WAVE Welcome all campuses HUNGER FOR RESPECT How many of you have seen the Hunger Games or read the books? I saw it in the theatre. It all has to do with respect. In a game that is kill or be killed…It’s all about the value of friendship, respect, loyalty, more

  • The Care & Feeding Of A Spiritual Leader Series

    Contributed by Larry Osborne on Jun 12, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    We can recite failings of the Biblical heroes without being fazed (we teach them to kids!) But shocked & dismayed when modern-day heroes have feet of clay

    1 Timothy: Doing Church God’s Way North Coast Church Message #8 September 2-3, 2006 Dr. Larry Osborne The Care & Feeding Of A Spiritual Leader 1 Timothy 5:17-25 Sermon Outline Note: more

  • The Faith Family Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Jun 2, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Like a family the church needs to show respect, give provision, and use proper discipline.

    I Timothy #5 CHCC: May 13, 2007 (MOTHER’S DAY) The Faith Family I Timothy 5 INTRODUCTION: Have any of you been confronted with a “good news, bad news” situation lately? I heard about a man who got a call from his doctor. The doctor said, “Your test results are in, and I’ve got good news more

  • Right On The Faith Family Series

    Contributed by Scotty Killingsworth on Oct 29, 2003
    based on 50 ratings

    What could happen if we built this church on Biblical principles even if they ran counter to good business management practices and philosophy? Is it possible that we might then be blessed by a higher philosophy if we built a church like Jesus wanted? I

    This sermon was preached by Scotty L Killingsworth on Sunday morning November 2, 2003 to the Evergreen Church. The sermon is an installment in the Biblical Church Series from 1 Timothy The sermon title is: The Biblical Church is right on the Family Chapter 5 The church is a family of faith A more

  • Give Honor

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Jun 1, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    We give honor by expecting the best of each other, by not playing favorites, and by caring about each other’s well-being.

    Give Honor I Timothy 5:17-23 INTRODUCTION: Today we are honoring several groups of people. We are honoring our Graduates from High School or College. We are honoring those who have served in the Military. And we will be honoring past elders who have served faithfully in our congregation. more

  • How To Minister To The Minister

    Contributed by Marty Hopkins on Sep 26, 2005
    based on 19 ratings

    A message for the church that relates to ministering to those who teach us God’s Word every week.

    “How to Minister to the Minister” (I Timothy 5:17-25) Well, this morning we are continuing in our series from the Pastoral Epistles we are calling “Footsteps of the Faithful.” Now let me recap some of what’s been covered in this series of messages. In chapter one we talked about the church and more

  • Deeds; Not Doctrine

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Jan 26, 2015

    It is not our doctrine that reaches people or brings them to God. No matter how pure or right your doctrine is. What brings people to Christ is what they see in you.

    Deeds, Not Doctrine 1 Timothy 5:23 A famous evangelist was holding a Crusade in a certain town. One afternoon, before the evening services, he decided to take a drive around the town. He wanted to see the town, get a feel for the people and needed to mail a letter at the post office. He borrowed more

  • What Does The Bible Say About Drinking? Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jul 2, 2015

    A balanced look at the verses on drinking with an emphasis on our freedom in Christ.

    A STARTING POINT: We all know that Baptists are generally teetotalers, but what does the Bible actually teach? THE DANGERS OF DRINKING: 1. The Bible says that excessive drinking is foolish. - Proverbs 20:1; Proverbs 23:20-21, 31-35; Isaiah 5:11; Isaiah 28:1; Luke 21:34; Romans 13:13; 1 more

  • Why I Don’t Drink Any Alcohol (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Feb 5, 2023

    Should a Christian drink alcohol in moderation? What is "the whole counsel of God" concerning wine and alcoholic drinks? How does a believer make a scriptural "Risk Assessment" and wise choices about drinking alcohol? This message explores those issues.

    We will step into a controversial subject this morning. For some, this could mean the difference between a fruitful Christian life versus a life that ends in disappointment—a life of unfulfilled potential. It could even mean the difference between life and death for some. That’s why we must address more

  • Why I Don’t Drink Any Alcohol (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Feb 12, 2023

    The issue of moderate alcohol consumption is often oversimplified by both sides of the issue. This message seeks to address the issue considering the whole counsel of God rather than a couple of proof texts. As the title implies, abstinence is recommended.

    Intro Last week I began sharing with you nine reasons “Why I Don’t Drink Any Alcohol.” In that message we addressed the first three: 1. Drinking a little alcohol easily leads to drinking too much alcohol. It can easily lead to drunkenness which is clearly condemned in Scripture. If you drink a more

  • Respecting And Rebuking The Saints Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Sep 11, 2022

    In 1 Timothy 5, Paul focused Timothy's attention on specific groups in the church and how to minister to them. In today's section, Paul shared with Timothy how to rebuke specific individuals, how to honor elders, and how to deal with elders who sin.

    Introduction: A. One day a man passed by an enclosure at the zoo and noticed that in the enclosure was both a large lion and an active monkey. 1. The man said to the zoo keeper, “How well does that work having both a lion and a monkey in the same cage? The zoo keeper said, “It works ok for the more