All Scripture is Breathed Out by God (2 Timothy 3:10-17)
Paul said that Timothy had followed his character and his persecutions. What’s the difference in the way Timothy followed Paul’s character and the way he followed his persecutions? How could Timothy have followed Paul’s teaching?
- What was Paul’s teaching?
- Do young preachers today need role models for their ministry? What might be some good characteristics of such role models?
How could Timothy have followed Paul’s conduct? What were some of the characteristics of Paul’s conduct? What steps should we take so that others can properly follow our conduct?
How could Timothy have followed Paul’s aim in life? What was Paul’s aim in life? What should the aim of our lives be?
How could Timothy have followed Paul’s faith? What were some of the main characteristics of Paul’s faith? What should be some of the main characteristics of our faith? How do we build a firm faith that others can follow?
How could Timothy have followed Paul’s love? Why is love important for the Christian? In what way(s) did Paul show love? How can we show love in a similar manner?
How could Timothy have followed Paul’s steadfastness? In what way(s) did Paul prove his steadfastness? How can Christians today be steadfast?
How could Timothy follow Paul’s persecutions and sufferings? What are some of the things that happened to Paul at Antioch, Iconium, and Lystra? Is it important for Christians to go through persecution? How did Paul endure these persecutions? How did the Lord rescue Paul from his persecutions?
Why will all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus suffer persecution? Is it possible that if we aren’t facing persecution we aren’t living a godly life? How can Christians live a godly life?
What is the difference between evil people and impostors? What are some of the characteristics of evil people? What are some of the characteristics of impostors?
Why will evil people and impostors go from bad to worse? In what way(s) do evil people and impostors deceive? In what way(s) are evil people and impostors deceived?
What had Timothy learned and firmly believed? How could Timothy continue in these things? How did Timothy learn these things? Why would Timothy have firmly believed them?
Would there have been a difference in Timothy’s believing these things and firmly believing them? If so, what would the difference have been? Why might a firm belief be superior to a simple belief? How can modern Christians come to have a firm belief?
From whom had Timothy learned the truth? How important is the teacher of truth? What makes the teacher of truth important? How can we be proper teachers of truth?
How could Timothy have been acquainted with the sacred writings from childhood? If Timothy knew the sacred writings from childhood, how hard is Scripture to understand? What are some of the ways we can teach others the sacred writings from childhood?
How do the sacred writings make one wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus?
What are some of the implications of all Scripture’s being breathed out by God? In what way(s) is Scripture profitable for teaching? In what way(s) is Scripture profitable for reproof? In what way(s) is Scripture profitable for correction? In what way(s) is Scripture profitable for training in righteousness? In what way does Scripture make the man of God competent? In what way does Scripture make the man of God equipped for every good work?