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The Gospel as Treasure 2 Timothy 1:8-18. Pastor Adams and Marie Meggs. Penn Jillette. DISCUSSION GUIDE. 1. What does Paul say that Timothy should not do and what does Paul encourage Timothy to do? (2 Timothy 1:8)

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The Gospel as Treasure

2 Timothy 1:8-18

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DISCUSSION GUIDE

1. What does Paul say that Timothy should not do and what does Paul encourage Timothy to do? (2 Timothy 1:8)

Timothy should not be ashamed to testify about the Lord or be ashamed of Paul. Timothy should join Paul in suffering for the gospel.

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2. At the time of the writing of 2 Timothy, Paul had been imprisoned by Nero. Of whom does Paul say he is a prisoner? Why is this important? (2 Timothy 1:8)

Paul says he is a prisoner of the Lord.

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3. Are we “ashamed to testify about our Lord”? What motivates us in this area?

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  • 4. What might cause Timothy to be ashamed of Paul? Would you be ashamed of Paul if you were Timothy?
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5. What does Paul encourage Timothy to do through “the power of God?” (2 Timothy 1:8)

Suffer for the gospel.

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6. What two things does Paul say that God has done for us? Why did God do these things? (2 Timothy 1:9)

He has saved us and called us to a holy life. God did these things because He has a purpose for us and because of His grace.

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7. What did Christ do for us? (2 Timothy 1:9-10)

He provided grace for us, destroyed death and brought life and

immortality to light.

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8. Paul says that he was appointed to do three things. What are they? In these roles what was Paul to do? (2 Timothy 1:11)

Paul was appointed to be a herald, an apostle and a teacher. He was to serve in these capacities for “this gospel.”

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9. What kept Paul from being ashamed of the gospel? (2 Timothy 1:12)

He knows Jesus and is convinced that He is trustworthy.

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10. Have you ever been ashamed of something that you believed?

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11. What was Timothy to do with the training he received from Paul? (2 Timothy 1:13-14)

He was to keep it as a pattern of sound teaching and guard it with the help of the Holy Spirit.

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12. Who had deserted Paul? Why do you think that Paul included this information? (2 Timothy 1:15)

Everyone in the province of Asia had deserted Paul, including Phygelus and Hermogenes.

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13. What had Onesiphorus done for Paul? What did Paul want the Lord to grant to Onesiphorus? (2 Timothy 1:16-18)

Onesiphorus was not ashamed of Paul, but sought him out in Rome. Paul wanted the Lord to grant Onesiphorus mercy “on that day.”

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14. Onesiphorus provided spiritual refreshment for Paul. Is there someone in your life right now for whom you can provide spiritual refreshment?

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15. What role does suffering for the gospel play in your life right now?

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