Before I Die: Paul's Letters to Timothy and Titus
The final recorded words of a person generally are perceived to be of keen interest. Particularly is that so when the individual is of considerable prominence. Paul, God’s chosen apostle to the Gentiles, wrote thirteen known books of the New Testament. His final composition was the second letter to Timothy. The fourth chapter of that epistle contains a concluding exhortation to his faithful young co-worker in the gospel. This chapter is filled with personal details that warrant careful investigation. It pulsates with instruction and encouragement. It reveals the marvelous fortitude of a man whose courageous heart soon would grow still.
In this book, Elders will: