Paul’s Last Words — Part Two
Every relationship has its last goodbye. In the closing verses of 2 Timothy, Paul sent his final greetings to several people who encouraged him during his ministry. Alistair Begg briefly examines Paul’s words to Priscilla, Aquila, Onesiphorus, and a handful of others, explaining how these men and women served Paul and in turn all future believers. In the same way today, every life lived for Christ—no matter its reach—can be eternally significant in Gospel ministry.
Topics: The Church, Church Life, Fellowship, Gospel, The Local Church, Ministry, Mission
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