Throughout 2 Timothy the Apostle Paul exhorts us to persevere in the faith. Often we called to endure suffering and hardship but in this week's passage Paul exhorts us to persevere in God's Word. To live faithfuly in these last days believers must continue in God's Word. Find out why this is important in this week's sermon.
2 Timothy 3:14-17 | Continue in God's Word | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 39:47
Have you ever considered that it is possible for someone to be captured by the devil and used by him to accomplish his purposes in the church? Paul says that some have been captured by the devil in the church at Ephesus. Find out how to avoid captivity in this week's sermon.
2 Timothy 2:14-26 | Captured by the Devil | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 37:12
We need to be reminded of the gospel often as Christians. The gospel isn't only for the lost. It is for God's people and we need to be reminded of God's love and grace for us in Christ Jesus. We do that in this week's sermon. You need to be reminded of these things.
2 Timothy 2:14-26 | Remind Them of These Things | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 44:36
How do you be strong in God's grace (2 Timothy 2:1)? That is Paul's command to Timothy at the beginning of chapter 2 and it something every Christian needs. Find out in this week's sermon one way to be strong in God's grace.
2 Tim. 2:1-13 | Be Strong in God's Grace | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 48:05
How many of you have been influenced by the life or example of another person? Most of us have. We need examples. We look for examples. It’s wired into us. Because of the importance of examples the Bible goes out of its way to encourage us to follow good examples and to avoid bad examples. At the end of 2 Timothy 1 Paul brings up the positive example of Onesiphorus. You would do well to follow his example.
2 Timothy 1:15-18 | The Example of Onesiphorus | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 38:08
Paul tells Timothy to fan into flame the gift of God which is in him (2 Timothy 1:6). What is that gift and how is Timothy suppose to fan it into flame? Find out the answer to those questions and why you need to do the same thing in this week's sermon.
2 Timothy 1:6-14 | Fan into Flame the Gift of God | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 37:22
I thank God whom I serve, as did my ancestors, with a clear conscience... (2 Tim. 1:3)
Paul calls himself the chief of sinners in 1 Timothy 1:15. He also persecuted Christians, was a blasphemer and an abusive person. How then can he say that he serves God with a clear conscience. Find out in this week's sermon.
2 Timothy 1:1-5 | A Clear Conscience | Pastor Mike Hyat | 33:12
We are starting a new series in the book of 2 Timothy. One of the purposes of 2 Timothy is to equip leaders in the local church for new covenant ministry and to help them persevere in the ministry. In this week's sermon we looked at Timothy's upbringing. This message will be encouraging to those in less than ideal family situations.
2 Timothy 1:1-5 | Timothy's Family | Pastor Mike Hyat | 33:12