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1 Timothy 2:11-14

Lessons 1. The role of bearing and raising young children is what restricts women from taking the office of an overseer, as seen through the following: A. Married women are the assumed audience in 1 Timothy (1 Tim. 2:15, 3:2,12) B. The restriction is regarding the office of an overseer/elder as seen in 1 Timothy 3:1 and in 1 Timothy …

1 Timothy 2:11-15

Lessons 1. The role of bearing and raising young children is what restricts women from taking the office of an overseer, as seen through the following: A. Maries women are the assumed audience in 1 Timothy (1 Tim. 2:15, 3:2,12) B. The restriction is regarding the office of an overseer/elder as seen in 1 Timothy 3:1 and in 1 Timothy …

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1 Timothy 2:15 (Biblical Motherhood)

Lessons 1. Having children is God’s design for all married men and women (Genesis 1:28, 9:1) 2. To reject God’s gender-specific roles to men (i.e.provisionary care) and women (i.e.child bearing) is to put their salvation at risk (1 Timothy 2:15, 5:8) 3. God has specifically designated women to raise their children, especially in their early years (1 Timothy 5:10, 1 …

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1 Timothy 1:18-20

Lessons 1. The difficult and often discouraging ministry of a ‘turn around’ pastor requires encouragement from solid believers (1 Timothy 1:18,19). 2. Proofing profits have had a predictive prophecy come true (Samuel: 1 Samuel 3:19,30 & 9:6; the other O.T. Prophets, Agabus (Acts 11:28), the apostle John (Revelation 2:10), Paul (Acts 20:29,30). 3. Processes can be predictive (1 Samuel 3:18,19; …

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1 Timothy 1:1-7

Lessons 1. The Christian teaching on love (1 Timothy 1:5). is centered on godly character: A. From a pure Heart – that has dealt with sin B. A good conscience – free from internal accusation. C. A Sincere faith – expressed in one’s daily walk with God 2. Any church leaders that do not teach love as their goal, ought …

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Intro to 1 Timothy

Lessons 1. Without solid Biblical leadership, any church can go sideways regardless of who started it and how long it was disciplined (Acts 20:29,30; 1 Timothy 1:3). 2. Family issues are not to be exclusively handled within the private family, but rather at times are a larger church family matter (1 Timothy 2:8-15, 3:4, 5:1-16). 3. There are some scriptures …