Kootenai Church Adult Sunday School

Kootenai Church Adult Sunday School

The expository teaching of the Kootenai Community Church Adult Sunday School.

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May 16, 2022 35 min
Paul closes his first letter to Timothy with a passionate plea to guard the sacred gospel which has been entrusted to him.  Timothy, and the church today, will be able to accomplish this charge by avoiding false teaching and relying totally on the ever-present and powerful grace of God. An exposition of 1 Timothy 6:20-21. | Download Workbook
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To balance out his sharp indictment of false teachers and their lust for riches, Paul shifts his focus to the wealthy Christians of Ephesus. Rich believers should not hope in uncertain riches, but on God who richly gives us all things and enables us to be rich in good works. An exposition of 1 Timothy 6:17-19. | Download Workbook
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A theology of church planting and the providence of God. For those who would like to support the Burns family's efforts in their Alaska ministry, you can donate here.  And for those who are interested in supporting their international ministry, you can donate here.
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In order to combat the heresy being spread in Ephesus Paul exhorts Timothy to engage the false teachers using God's rules of spiritual warfare. The method is as important as the message if Timothy and we are to keep an unstained testimony and bring glory to God in our efforts. An exposition of 1 Timothy 6:11-16. | Download Workbook
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False teachers and their toxic doctrines have always been a danger to the spiritual health of the church. In this passage, Paul exhorts Timothy to diagnose and confront anyone in the Ephesian church spreading unhealthy teaching so the Christians there will not be exposed to their self-destructive evil. An exposition of 1 Timothy 6:2c-10. | Download Workbook
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When Christians serve others in any capacity we are to do it as unto the Lord. The slaves who were members of the church at Ephesus were to honor their masters in this way and to do it to the glory of God. An exposition of 1 Timothy 6:1-2. | Download Workbook
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Jesus is the good shepherd who lovingly shepherds his people, the sheep of his pasture.  The elders of his church are the under-shepherds who are to be honored for their faithful work and held to a high spiritual standard without partiality. An exposition of 1 Timothy 5:17-25. | Download Workbook
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God's care for widows must be reflected in the ministry of His church and its efforts to meet their true needs. In this passage, however, Paul's concern is that the widows in the Ephesian church are taught to live holy lives so the church can benefit from the ministry of mature Christian widows. An exposition of 1 Timothy 5:9-16. | Download Workbook
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God's concern for the most helpless people is evident throughout Scripture. In this extensive passage, Paul employs some very pointed language to stress the serious nature of this issue and to be certain the church understands God's priority for the care of widows. An exposition of 1 Timothy 5:3-8. | Download Workbook
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Every true New Testament fellowship will be careful to confront sin within its membership. Paul wants Timothy to be careful to do it in a way that produces sanctifying results that glorify God. An exposition of 1 Timothy 5:1-2. | Download Workbook
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Basic to the spiritual health and success of the church is the Word of God. In this passage, Paul exhorts Timothy to keep that priority in his ministry at Ephesus. An exposition of 1 Timothy 4:11-16. | Download Workbook
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Though many will abandon the faith, Paul wants Timothy and all believers to keep their hearts and minds fixed on Jesus Christ.  He alone is our Savior and hope. An exposition of 1 Timothy 4:6-10. | Download Workbook
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Paul warns Timothy and the Ephesian Christians of the apostates who will threaten the church and the gospel. This demonically generated rebellion is a violation of God's created order and must be recognized and resisted. An exposition of 1 Timothy 4:1-5. | Download Workbook
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Paul warns Timothy and the Ephesian Christians of the apostates who will threaten the church and the gospel. This demonically generated rebellion is a violation of God's created order and must be recognized and resisted. An exposition of 1 Timothy 4:1-5. | Download Workbook
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This passage is the theme verse, or purpose, for Paul's letter to Timothy. It contains an early hymn or confession focusing on the person and work of Jesus Christ. An exposition of 1 Timothy 3:14-16. | Download Workbook
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The requirements for the deacons, or servants, of Christ's church, are detailed in this passage. This critical office in the church is patterned after the self-sacrificing servanthood of the Lord of the church Jesus Christ. An exposition of 1 Timothy 3:8-13. | Download Workbook
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The requirements for the elders, or shepherds, of Christ's church, are detailed in this passage. The basic requirement is that under the Lordship of Jesus Christ each congregation is to be overseen by a plurality of Godly men. An exposition of 1 Timothy 3:1-7. | Download Workbook
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Paul restricts the role of pastor/teacher in the church to men.  His reason is not because of culture, or male superiority, but because of God's created order. An exposition of 1 Timothy 2:11-15. | Download Workbook
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Paul exhorts men and women to live out their God-created roles in the church with evident holiness. The reason is not based on culture or shifting social values, but because God created them for this purpose. An exposition of 1 Timothy 2:8-15. | Download Workbook
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Paul exhorts Timothy to pray for all categories of men because it is God's will to save all kinds of people. In doing so the church advances God's plan to move the gospel of Jesus Christ to all the nations. An exposition of 1 Timothy 2:1-7. | Download Workbook
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