Category Archives: 2Timothy

His Appearing

He had fought the good fight . . . he had finished the race . . . he had kept the faith. His earthly life was soon to be over, but even this he viewed as but “being poured out … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | Tagged | Leave a comment

Fan Into Flame

I’m reminded this morning of the relationship between the divine and the determined. That God’s sovereign will has been intertwined with man’s simple ways . . . that God’s eternal purposes have been linked to man’s earthly powers . . … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | Leave a comment

Going for Gold!

I’ve been enjoying watching some of the Olympics on the television. There’s something kind of inspirational in watching some of these athletes compete. I’ll be honest, I’m still not a fan of professional’s competing in what were once “amateur games.” … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | Leave a comment

Keep On Keepin’ On!

He wasn’t flashy . . . but he was the real deal. Not some nuclear physicist, but a pretty good truck driver with a down-to-earth wisdom that caught your attention. Not a university trained man, but one who had buried … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | 2 Comments

Do Your Best

A blast from my past . . . As part of this morning’s reading in 2Timothy I came across a verse which has been foundational in my Christian walk. A verse that was put on my radar as a young … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | 1 Comment

Give ‘Er!

I guess the question you need to wrestle with is this, “Is it a command for me to obey . . . or just Timothy?” If the answer is “Just Timothy” . . . then move on. But, if the … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy | Leave a comment

Back to Obedience

It occurs to me that had God not sent His people, Israel, to “the woodshed” in Babylon, Paul would never have written his second letter to Timothy (or, for that fact, any of his letters). If God had not driven … Continue reading

Posted in 2Timothy, Nehemiah | 1 Comment