SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON 1 TIMOTHY

Our sermon ideas on 1 Timothy will help you preach a powerful message on practical instructions for church leadership. Research topics including order and church discipline, proper conduct in worship, qualifications for deacons and elders, and pursuing righteousness. Prepare your messages on God's Word in 1 Timothy with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


1 TIMOTHY SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

AUTHORSHIP: The Apostle Paul. RECIPIENT: Timothy - Timothy was the son of a Gentile father and a Jewish mother (Acts 16:1,3). He was reared in a knowledge of the Scriptures (2 Tim. 1:5, 3:14-15), and led to the Lord possibly by Paul himself (1 Tim. 1:2). On his second missionary journey Paul found Timothy at Lystra. Paul determined...

by Ken Trivette

I must confess that I have taken my title from the comments made by Thomas Bilney about the text I am considering. Bilney, an early martyr of the Reformation who was burned at the stake, tells of his conversion after reading 1 Timothy 1:15. He describes the moment: "This one sentence, through God's instruction and inward working...did so...

by Harley Howard

We may as well face it: the whole level of spirituality among us is low. We have measured ourselves by ourselves until the incentive to seek higher plateaus in the things of the Spirit is all but gone. Large and influential sections of the world of fundamental Christianity have gone overboard for practices wholly unscriptural, altogether unjustifiable in the light...

by Stuart Briscoe

It has been said facetiously that patience is a virtue seldom found in men and never in women. The truth of the matter is that most of us "have need of patience" ("hupomone", Hebrews 10:36). To learn patience is a Christian goal. In days when the macho male and the militant female are the popular heroes, it may seem ludicrous...

by Chris Brown

Quick Review: Godliness doesn't just happen. Godliness is the only thing that lasts. Godliness will cost you something. Godliness starts with a daily decision. Understanding A Tough Passage: 1 Timothy 5:1-16. The widow's list: Applying It To Today. Our godliness is evident in: The way we handle spiritual needs. 1 Timothy 5:1, Ephesians...

by Jeff Strite

In the backwoods of Kentucky there was a family of wayward "church members." One day while brothers Jim, John, and Sam were out in the woods, a large rattlesnake bit Sam and he became violently ill. The doctor was summoned and did what he could, but he told the family that he believed they would need divine help too, if Sam were to...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: Some have referred to this passage as the criteria by which a man of God must be evaluated. In this summary, Paul hands out the standard by which every minister and his ministry is to be measured. According to William Barclay, the very first description of a church service which we possess is in the works of Justin...

by Chris Brown

What's the big deal about grace? 1 Timothy 1:12-17. 1. YOU HAVE TO RECEIVE IT: Real grace frees us from our guilt and shame. 1 Timothy 1:12-13, 1 John 1:9, Romans 8:1-2, Ephesians 1:7. It is not about who we are or what we did, but what we want to become. 1 Timothy 1:13-16, Acts 2:21, 2 Peter 3:9, Luke 19:10, Matthew 11:28, 1 Corinthians 6:9-11...

by Jerry Vines

We are pursuing a basic theme in our studies of Philippians and we are talking about how to be a happy person -- how to have joy in your daily life. Chapter by chapter we are sharing what the Scripture says about that subject. In Chapter one we've seen that the way to be a happy person to have a single mind. In other words you are to live your life for...

by Ernest Easley

We're thinking these days about our CHURCHLIFE and what it means to be a church member. So, what is the condition of the church today? Would you say that it's striving and thriving or would you say that it's limping and lagging? You say, "Pastor, it looks to me that the church is more limping and lagging than striving and thriving." All right. So why is that? You say, "Well, it's just the times we're living in. Our nation is morally bankrupt and more secular. We Christians are facing more and more persecution. It's...