Unconditional Faithfulness
2 Timothy 2:11-14
This seemed fairly straight forward with several "if/then" statements.
Published June 1st, 2012
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2010-07-31 13:44:28
2010-07-31 14:35:02
This seemed fairly straight forward with several "if/then" statements. I wasn't so sure how to handle the phrase "remind them of these things". It seems to be a clear reference to all of the "if/then" statements. Paul is saying to Timothy that he should be reminding them of many conditional facts. From here Paul progresses with Timothy by also telling him to charge them not to quarrel about words, which has no possitve outcome, only a negative one. I changed verse 14 to make it a quote. This helped me with thought and flow.
10000000045660 45660 Notes 2010-07-31 13:44:28 2010-07-31 14:35:02 This seemed fairly straight forward with several "if/then" statements. I wasn't so sure how to handle the phrase "remind them of these things". It seems to be a clear reference to all of the "if/then" statements. Paul is saying to Timothy that he should be reminding them of many conditional facts. From here Paul progresses with Timothy by also telling him to charge them not to quarrel about words, which has no possitve outcome, only a negative one. I changed verse 14 to make it a quote. This helped me with thought and flow. notes
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2 Timothy
2 Timothy 2:11-14
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esv
The saying is trustworthy, for: If we have died with him,
we will also live with him;
conditional
if we endure,
we will also reign with him;
if we deny him,
he also will deny us;
if we are faithless,
he remains faithful--
for he cannot deny himself.
ground
Remind them of these things,
and charge them before God [saying "do] not to quarrel about words,
progression
[because it] does no good,
but only ruins the hearers."
negativepositive
discourse
10000000045660 45660 Arc 2010-07-31 13:44:28 2010-07-31 14:35:02 editing 2 Timothy 2 11 2 14 2 Timothy 2:11-14 55 NT esv i539498 i539499 i539485 The saying is trustworthy, for: If we have died with him, i539486 we will also live with him; conditional 2 i539500 i539487 if we endure, i539488 we will also reign with him; conditional 2 i539501 i539489 if we deny him, i539490 he also will deny us; conditional 2 i539502 i539503 i539491 if we are faithless, i539492 he remains faithful-- conditional 2 i539493 for he cannot deny himself. ground 1 i539504 i539505 i539494 Remind them of these things, i539495 and charge them before God [saying "do] not to quarrel about words, progression i539506 i539496 [because it] does no good, i539497 but only ruins the hearers." negativepositive 2 1 ground 1 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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