Preachers often take a passage like John 18.15-18, 25-27 and tell us, “Don’t do that!” They’re right, of course, but how can we put a positive spin on this? What lesson can we learn from Peter’s denial that will encourage us in our faith? Listen, or watch, and find out.
The last part of Paul’s final letter, 2 Timothy, might be of the sort where you might say, with Brother Maynard in this Monty Python clip, “Skip a little, brother.” But as we find out in this message, it’s worth paying attention to for the life of the church!
Have a listen to this message based on 2 Timothy 4.9-22.
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In this new series on 1 Timothy, we are going to learn how the advice of the apostle Paul affected Timothy, whom he mentored, and how it can help us walk with the Lord in our time.
We are grateful that God is merciful, and gracious. Do we accept these? That’s Paul’s advice to Timothy, and to us. Based on 1 Timothy 1, you can listen to the message here: