…means you keep your blog looking clean and fresh. But it’s also the title for our next sermon series on 1 Timothy…
March 28 • 1 Timothy 1:1-11
The Son He Never Had
Paul writes to his dear friend, and says the second-nicest thing he can, calling Timothy his son. But even more valuable than that…
April 2 • 1 Timothy 1:12-20
Stating the Obvious
Sometimes, the simple truth needs to be said. Even in the old old story, there’s something new to be found.
April 11 • 1 Timothy 2:1-8
A House of Prayer for All Nations
Take the Eight Verse Challenge: what on earth holds all of this together? To figure it out, you’ll need the wisdom of Solomon!
April 18 • 1 Timothy 2:8-15
Living the Quiet Life
Nothing controversial here, right?
No, seriously, we all know relations between men and women are totally straightforward.
Of course they are…
April 25 • 1 Timothy 3:1-16
So Timothy receives the letter from his mate Paul, and starts reading. He goes from pleased to perplexed to plain old bored. Why does Paul harp on about all this?
May 2 • 1 Timothy 4:1-10
The difference between cantankerous and courageous is …
May 16 • 1 Timothy 4:11-16
… knowing how to keep your own house in order.
May 23 • 1 Timothy 5:1-16
The Widows Might
You’re tempted to wince as you read Paul digging himself in deeper and deeper. Wasn’t chapter 2 enough?
May 30 • 1 Timothy 5:17-6:2
I Submit, Your Honour...
If all of this was being taught in your church, you’d want to have good elders too, wouldn’t you?!
June 6 • 1 Timothy 6:3-21
Money talks, and some people listen. But the cost is too high. Where do you place your trust?
There’s a gap for Mother’s Day – we’ll do something special for that, once I remember the good idea I’ve had and already forgotten! But just because I like it, here’s the descriptor for the day:
Come brother, sister, daughter, son,
Make sure she has a day that’s fun -
So here to church your mum should come!
I’m plagiarising the metre and some of the opening line from somewhere – feel free to submit guesses. Perhaps I could offer some of my points from Byron’s blog as a reward (Byron, here’s your chance to get on your own scoreboard!)…