1 Timothy 6
How do you ensure you are teaching (and being taught) the “sound words of our Lord Jesus Christ”?
Why do you think people are attracted to words of controversy or conflict? How can we work to avoid these, especially in the church?
How content are you? How do you seek even more contentment in your life?
2 Timothy 1
Who do you remember in your prayers day and night? Why is this person or these people so important to you?
Have you ever been ashamed of the testimony about God? Why might people be ashamed of this and how do we avoid it?
Have you ever thought about the message of Christ in you as a deposit? How does such a view change or affect how and why you go about sharing that message?
2 Timothy 2
How would knowing that Paul is in prison because of his preaching change the way Timothy might hear his message? How does it change how you hear it?
Several times Paul mentions avoiding quarrels about words or irreverent babbling. Why do you think these things were so important to Paul?
How have you pursued righteousness, faith, love, and peace today?
2 Timothy 3
Last days or not, how have you seen people act in the ways Paul describes in this chapter? How do we deal with people like this?
Are you persecuted? How are persecution and godly lives connected?
If all scripture is God-breathed, what should our response and attitude be toward the reading and study of it?
2 Timothy 4
In what ways do you preach the word?
How well are you fighting the good fight and finishing the race?