1 Timothy 1
Who calls you their “true child in the faith?” Who is your child in the faith? What are ways you can develop intentional relationships to help individuals grow in their faith, much like a parent would their child?
In what ways do you recognize that Christ Jesus came to the world to save you, the foremost of sinners? How has he shown his patience through you?
Has there been a time in your life when people have encouraged you to live a life of service for Christ? How have you gone about doing that?
1 Timothy 2
Pause today to spend some time giving prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings for others.
How is leading peaceful and quiet lives a demonstration of a Godly life and how does it help others come to know salvation?
How might this life described here be related to Paul’s statement about men and women?
1 Timothy 3
As Paul describes qualifications for elders and deacons, who are the people who come to mind? How have these people helped you grow in your faith?
In what ways have you experienced church as the “household of God”? In what ways have you experienced the living God through church?
1 Timothy 4
What things in your life might you be tempted to reject, forgetting they are to be accepted from God with thanksgiving? Why is this the case and how can you avoid doing this?
How do you train yourself for godliness … and avoid silly myths?
What are some of the ways you have set your hope on the living God?
In what ways do you devote yourself to “the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation, to teaching”?
1 Timothy 5
How do we treat people within the church who are older and younger than we are? How can we continue to do this even more?
How do we treat widows within our congregation? How should we treat them?