Paul’s Last Words — Part One

Morning Service
Aug 14, 2022

With his final written words, the apostle Paul left both personal instructions for his protégé, Timothy, and greetings to his fellow believers. Alistair Begg considers these words, explaining how the mighty apostle was strengthened and encouraged by the individual giftings of fellow believers. As we survey the men and women whose lives intersected with Paul’s ministry, we find warnings to heed, examples to follow, and a poignant reminder of the interdependence of God’s people in every age and place. 

TOPICS: The Church, Church Life, Fellowship, Gospel, The Local Church, Ministry, Mission 

2 Timothy 4:9-22


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