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An Exposition of Second Timothy

By Edward Dennett

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   2 Timothy 1: 1-5 - There is a great and felt difference between the first and second epistles to Timothy. The former contemplates the assembly in its pristine order, wit
   2 Timothy 1: 6,7 - The expression of the Apostle's heart to Timothy, as well as his longing desire to see him, is but preparatory to the appeal contained in verses 6-8.
   2 Timothy 1: 8-11 - Such being the characteristics of the spirit God gives to His servants, the Apostle proceeds to exhortation: "Be not thou therefore ashamed of the tes
   2 Timothy 1: 12-18 - In the preceding verse the Apostle explains that he had been appointed (not of man, as he informs the Galatians, neither by man, but by Jesus Christ a
   2 Timothy 2: 1-7 - The connection of this chapter with that which precedes it is both intimate and striking. The Apostle was led to depict his circumstances and his situ
   2 Timothy 2: 8-13 - The transition from a consideration of the needed personal qualifications for the work to which Timothy was called to the motives which would sustain
   2 Timothy 2: 14-19 - The following exhortations are for Timothy's own guidance as a teacher, and consequently for the instruction of all who, divinely qualified, may seek
   2 Timothy 2: 20-26 - The next thing that comes before us is the state into which Christianity, in its outward form in the world, has fallen: "But in a great house there ar
   2 Timothy 3: 1-9 - Having dealt with the evils that were already prevalent in his own time, the Apostle passes onward to the eve of the close of the dispensation: "This
   2 Timothy 3: 10-17 - The walk of Paul is a close approximation to that of Christ, and it is on this account that he is often led of the Holy Ghost to refer to himself as a
   2 Timothy 4: 1-8 - There is a manifest connection between this section and the close of the preceding chapter. The Apostle had shown how the man of God might be thorough
   2 Timothy 4: 9-22 - In this closing section of the epistle, there are several interesting personal references, besides an allusion to the Apostle's appearance before the

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