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1 Before Each Class Period 1.Make sure you have a lesson sheet. Get copies in advance if you are to be absent. 2.Read all texts in each lesson.  make.

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1 1 Before Each Class Period 1.Make sure you have a lesson sheet. Get copies in advance if you are to be absent. 2.Read all texts in each lesson.  make notes about key points in each passage.  note words/phrases you don't understand, & be prepared to ask about them 3.Memorize the memory verse. 4.Write down & learn “Facts to Remember”. 5.Answer questions on the Lesson Sheet 6.Read through application questions, & be prepared to discussed them in class.

2 2 During Each Class Period 1.Bring your Bible (NKJ version), lesson materials, extra paper, & something to write with. 2.Correct answers on your lesson sheet as they are discussed. 3.Participate fully in all exercises. 4.During discussion of application questions make plans to change your life, based on what you learn.

3 3 Topics in I & II Timothy & Titus Spring, 2003 Embry Hills Church of Christ

4 4 Topics in I & II Timothy & Titus 1Introduction and Background 2Timothy's Work as an Evangelist 3Living in a World of Sinners 4Roles in the Church: Men & Women 5Roles in the Church: Old & Young 6Roles in the Church: Elders & Deacons 7Personal Admonition: Purity 8Personal Admonition: Development 9Lessons to Servants & Rich 10Dealing with Sinful Men in the Church

5 5 Outline of I Timothy 1:1,2Greeting 1:3-20Charge Concerning Sound Doctrine 1:3-11 – Danger of False Teachers 1:12-20 – Paul’s Experience & Exhortation 2:1-3:16Conduct in the Church 2:1-7 – Prayers for All 2:8-15 – Men & Women 3:1-13 – Elders & Deacons 3:14-16 – Summary & Doxology 4:1-5Prophecy of False Teachers to Come 4:6-16Qualities of a Good Minister 5:1-6:2Treatment & Teaching for Various Members 5:1,2 – Old & Young 5:3-16 – Widows 5:17-25 – Elders 6:1,2 – Slaves 6:3-10Warning Against Wrong Motives 6:11-21Final Instructions to Timothy 6:11-16 – Personal Virtue 6:17-19 – Command for the Rich

6 6 Outline of II Timothy 1:1,2Greeting 1:3-18Exhortation to Loyalty 1:3-5 – Timothy’s Past 1:6-14 – Paul’s Example 1:15-18 – Deserters & Loyal Friends 2:1-26Duties of a Minister 2:1-13 – Strength through Hardship: Soldiers, Athletes, Farmers 2:14-26 – A Diligent Workman: Reminding, Shunning, Cleansing, Correcting 3:1-4:5Perilous Times to Come 3:1-9 – Dangerous Men Described 3:10-17 – Character Required to Overcome 4:1-5 – Charge to Preach 4:6-22Paul’s Farewell 4:6-8– Paul’s Fight & Reward 4:9-18 – Paul’s Friends & Forsakers 4:19-22 – Greetings & Instructions

7 7 A Brief “Life of Paul” YearEventReferenceLetters 36ConversionActs 9 40*First Jerusalem Visit (w/ Barnabas)Acts 9:26-30 41-43In TarsusActs 9:30 44-45In Antioch with BarnabasActs 11:25, 26 45*Second Jerusalem Visit (w/ Gifts)Acts 11:27 46-47First Journey (w/ Barnabas)Acts 13,14 48-49In AntiochActs 14:26-28 50*Third Jerusalem Visit (Conference)Acts 15 50-53Second Journey (w/ Silas & Timothy)Acts 15-18I, II Thess 53*Fourth Jerusalem Visit (the Church)Acts 18:22 (To Antioch)I, II Corinthians 54-58Third JourneyActs 18:23-21:14Galatians Romans 58*Fifth Jerusalem Visit (Imprisoned)Acts 21:15-23:30 58-60Imprisoned in CaesareaActs 23-26 60-61Taken to Rome (“Fourth Journey”)Acts 27,28Col., Philemon, 61-63Early Imprisonment in RomeActs 28:16-31Eph., Philip. I Tim, Titus 63-67?? Release, Journey to Spain, etc.?? 67-68Later Imprisonment in Rome, DeathII Timothy

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9 9 Paul’s Second Journey Paul’sSecondJourney

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11 11 Lesson 1 Memory Verse II Tim 3:16,17 All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, 17 that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

12 12 Lesson 2 Memory Verse II Tim 4:1-5 Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. 3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; 4 and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables.

13 13 Lesson 3 Memory Verse II Tim 3:12 Yes, and all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution.

14 14 Lesson 4 Memory Verse I Tim 2:1,2 Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.

15 15 Lesson 5 Memory Verse Titus 2:7,8 …In all things showing yourself to be a pattern of good works; in doctrine showing integrity, reverence, incorruptibility, sound speech that cannot be condemned, that one who is an opponent may be ashamed, having nothing evil to say of you.

16 16 Words for Timothy’s Job Evangelist (II Tim 4:5; & see Eph 4:11) - Messenger of Good –Preacher of the Gospel Preacher (II Tim 4:2) - A Herald; One who proclaims formally –Of Paul: I Tim 2:7, II Tim1:11 Minister (I Tim 4:6, II Tim 4:5) - Servant, Attendant, “Deacon” –Serving Jesus Christ –Of Paul: I Tim 1:12 Teacher (I Tim 4:11; II Tim 4:2) – One who Instructs –Of Paul: I Tim 2:7 –Responsibility (2:24) that can be transferred to others: II Tim 2:2 –Position—Implying Authority: I Tim 1:7; 2:12, & see Eph 4:11 Charge (I Tim 1:3, 6:17) – [Pass on/transfer a] Command –From Paul to Timothy: I Tim 1:5, 18; 6:13 Charge (I Tim 2:14; 4:1) - Solemn Witness, Charge Earnestly –From Paul to Timothy: I Tim 5:21 Instruct (I Tim 4:6) – Remind, Point Out

17 17 Timothy’s Work Words (II Tim 4:2) Preach – Herald, proclaim with authority Ready – Urgent (ASV), Instant (KJV), standing by, present, at hand, coming upon Convince – Convict, refute, confute (suggests shame of person convicted); bring to light, expose; find fault with, correct; demand explanation Rebuke – Reprimand; strongly warn; chide; adjudge, (Jesus did this to demons & storm) Exhort – Call on, entreat, beg, encourage urge to pursue course of conduct. Longsuffering– Great patience, endurance, constancy Teaching – That which is taught, doctrine (see Tit 1:9) Teaching (v 3) – Act of teaching, instruction (see I Tim 4:13)

18 18 Character and Consequence (I Tim 2:8-12, & I Pet 3:1-6) Men HolyHoly Without Wrath or [Wrong Thoughts]Without Wrath or [Wrong Thoughts] Hands Lifted in PrayerHands Lifted in Prayer GodlinessGodliness Dress (Propriety & Moderation)Dress (Propriety & Moderation) Submission & Not TeachingSubmission & Not Teaching Learning in SilenceLearning in Silence Good WorksGood Works Women Gentle & Quiet SpiritGentle & Quiet Spirit Trust in GodTrust in God Without FearWithout Fear Chaste Conduct (incl. Dress)Chaste Conduct (incl. Dress) Respect (“Fear”) & SubmissionRespect (“Fear”) & Submission Good WorksGood Works I Peter 3:1-6

19 19 Elder’s Qualifications Blameless Husband of One Wife Faithful Children Not Accused of Dissipa- tion or Insubordination Not Self-Willed Not Quick Tempered Not Give to Wine Not Violent Not Greedy for Money Hospitable Lover of What is Good Sober-Minded Just Holy Self-Controlled Holding Fast the Faith Good Behavior Able to Teach Gentle Not Quarrelsome Not Covetous Rules Own House Well Children in Submission Not a Novice Good Testimony from Those who are Without

20 20 Deacon’s Qualifications Reverent Not Double-Tongued Not Given to Much Wine Not Greedy for Money Holding the … Faith with a Pure Conscience Tested & Found Blameless Husbands of One Wife Ruling their Children & Houses Well Reverent Not Slanderers Temperate Faithful in All Things Deacons Wives

21 21 Outline of Titus 1:1-4Greeting 1:5-16Care of the Church 1:5-11 – Elder’s Qualifications 1:12-20 – False Teachers 2:1-15Instructions to Church Members 2:1-3 – Older Men & Women 2:4-8 – Younger Women & Men 2:9,10– Slaves 2:11-15 – Motive for Godly Living 3:1-11General Conduct of Christians 3:1,2 – As Citizens 3:3-7 – Past & Present Character 3:9-11 – Avoiding Divisiveness 3:12-15Final Instructions to Titus

22 22 Lesson 6 Memory Verse I Tim 3:1 This is a faithful saying: If a man desires the position of a bishop, he desires a good work.

23 23 Lesson 7 Memory Verse I Tim 3:1 For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

24 24 Flee These Things (I Tim 6) Lust of the Flesh Lust of the Eyes Pride of Life Harmful Lusts… Desire to be Rich Pride, Obsession with Disputes Righteous- ness Godliness, Faith Love, Patience, Gentleness God-Directed Behavior God-Directed Thought God-like Care for Others (In Context) What Timothy was to Flee What Timothy was to Pursue

25 25 Fear & Shame (II Tim 1) Power Love Sound Mind (Discipline) Backed, & Protected by Power Not Concerned for Self (Ready to Suffer) Stirred-up Gifts & Activities Warnings The Antidote for Fear: “A Spirit of…” Stir up the Gift of God (v 6) Do not have a Spirit of Fear (v 7) Do not be ashamed of the Lord’s Testimony (v 8) Do not be ashamed of Paul (v 8) Hold Fast the Pattern of Sound Words (v 13) Keep (by the Holy Spirit) the Good thing Committed to you (v 14)

26 26 Lesson 8 Memory Verse I Tim 4:8 For bodily exercise profits a little, but godliness is profitable for all things, having promise of the life that now is and of that which is to come.

27 27 “Transitive” Property of Teaching I Write to you (I Tim 3:15) You know How to Behave Instruct the Brethren in These Things (I Tim 4:6) Things you Heard from me… (II Tim 2:2) Commit to Faithful Men… …Who Will Teach Others Also. Meditate on these things (I Tim 4: 15) Save Both Yourself… …& Those who hear you.

28 28 Lessons from Soldiers & Others Soldiers Endure Hardship (v 3) Do Not Become Entangled in Other Affairs (v 4) Athletes Compete According to Rules (v 5) Farmers ? Hardwork (v 6) Be First to Benefit from Work (v 7)

29 29 Principles of Training It’s hard to get started (But it gets easier). The longer you wait, the harder it is to start. No Pain, No Gain. (There have to be sacrifices.) Progress sometimes seems slow. You have to set goals along the way. Obvious progress is a great motivator. Training must be regular. Discipline & good habit-building are essential. You will lose ground quickly when you stop. It helps to have a partner. “Trainers” who challenge us are helpful.

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