The apostle Paul worked with many churches in the Roman Empire, but he didn't have to work alone. He relied on trusted companions such as Timothy and Titus to support his ongoing work in these communities. As Paul came to the end of his life, he wrote personal letters to these men to encourage them in their ministry and provide final instructions on how to live and lead for Christ. In particular, we see him urging these coworkers to maintain purity in the church, faithfully endure the gospel, preach sound doctrine, pursue godliness, and maintain order as they built up other leaders. Paul's words compel believers today to also pursue their calling in the church, even when that means dealing with hardheaded and unruly fellow believers.
The Jeremiah Study Series captures Dr. David Jeremiah's commitment to teaching God's Word that has spanned over four decades. In each study, he will reveal what the Bible says, what it meant to the people at the time it was written, and what it means to you today. Along the way, you will find insights into the text, identify key stories and themes, and be challenged to apply the truth you find in your life.