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Delivered By
Will Robbins
Delivered On
January 5, 2020 at 10:30 AM
Central Passage
2 Timothy 2:1-13
2 Timothy


“ENDURE” 2 Timothy 2:1-13

Be Strengthened

  • Be strengthened by God’s grace in teaching others who will multiply.

Suffer Strong

  • Suffer in loyalty to Christ so others will be saved.

  • Suffer in holiness by persevering in the spiritual disciplines with the crown of life insight.

  • Suffer as a hard-working Gospel farmer.

Reasons for Loyal Endurance

  • The Resurrection, The Fulfillment, The Perseverance of the Saints

  • Endure and be counted with the faithful!


  • God is always faithful so you can endure to the end!

DEVOTIONAL: personal and small groups

Focus Point: Transformational Discipleship

READ Titus 2:1-8

  • V.1 “Sound doctrine” literally means “healthy teaching” about Christ from the Bible. People learn from study and practice. 

  • What are two ways you can grow in knowing and spreading “healthy teaching” about Christ?

  • V.2 Older Men: how can you live a life that is 1) sober, 2) worthy of respect, 3)_self-controlled, 4) faithfulness in love and endurance. 

  • V.3 Older Women: how are the character traits of older women similar to older men? What are some challenges against godly living that older women may face? What responsibility do older women still have toward younger women? 

  • Vv.4-5 Younger women: what practices seem to define a younger woman who has a family? What reason is given for women to live such lives?

  • V.6-8 Younger men: What are key character traits are young men to have and what responsibilities are they given and why?

  • What benefits would families experience if people followed these guidelines for living?

  • How can you put these verses into practice?

  • Who do you think will experience the greatest benefit from your actions, you or others?

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