As Paul prepared for his imminent death, like a runner in a relay race, he endeavored to smoothly pass the baton to his teammate. Writing to his student Timothy, he encouraged him to stay steady in the Gospel and avoid any fumbles. Alistair Begg examines the beginning lines of 2 Timothy, which highlight the authority of Paul’s apostleship, the intimacy of his relationship with his protégé, and the availability of the spiritual resources granted to him—namely, grace, mercy, and peace.
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