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A Study in 2 Timothy, Volume 1

Guard the Truth

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ID: 15502 • April 6, 2016

Knowing that the end of his life and ministry were near, the apostle Paul wrote the last of his Pastoral Epistles to Timothy. In it, Paul reminded the younger pastor of the necessity of passing the Gospel of Jesus Christ on to future generations of believers, even amid growing hostility toward it. His words remind us that faithful ministry and biblical preaching are indispensable in every age.

In volume one of this series, Alistair Begg considers the apostle’s plea to the next generation to guard the Gospel’s truth. Although the pressures of the world around us will always push believers away from the truth, we must hold tightly to it. We do so not in our own strength; rather, out of the abundance of His grace, God provides all that is needed for His church to carry on. As we continue to proclaim the truth, we can trust that the Lord will preserve His Word until He returns.

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An Introduction to 2 Timothy

2 Timothy 1:1–4:22 Sermon 39:04 ID: 3000

Paul and Timothy

2 Timothy 1:1–3 Sermon 37:54 ID: 3005

Necessary Reminders — Part One

2 Timothy 1:5–7 Sermon 37:59 ID: 3007

Necessary Reminders — Part Two

2 Timothy 1:7 Sermon 12:56 ID: 3008

Suffering for the Gospel

2 Timothy 1:8–10 Sermon 38:10 ID: 3009


2 Timothy 1:9–10 Sermon 40:19 ID: 3010

Preacher, Apostle, Teacher

2 Timothy 1:11–12 Sermon 39:59 ID: 3011

Follow the Pattern

2 Timothy 1:13 Sermon 33:32 ID: 3014

The Good Deposit

2 Timothy 1:14–18 Sermon 37:45 ID: 3023

Passing on the Truth — Part One

2 Timothy 2:1–2 Sermon 37:36 ID: 3024

Passing on the Truth — Part Two

2 Timothy 2:1–2 Sermon 32:28 ID: 3031