Sermon Book: 1 Timothy

Congregational Conduct: On Elders (Part 4)

Today, we’ll consider how the overseer sets an example to the flock for healthy interpersonal relationships (vv. 4-7). This section indicates that godliness manifests itself in more than just personal life, but also in how we relate to others.

Congregational Conduct: on Elders (Part 3)

This text continues to provide churches with the proper biblical qualifications for the office of overseer. These qualifications are important because they strengthen the church and exemplify the faith to the members. Outline I.     The Overseer’s Desire (v.1) II.    The Overseer’s Godly Character (vv. 2-3) III.   The Overseer’s Relationship with Others (vv. 4-7)

Congregational Conduct: On Elders (Part 2)

This passage provides churches with biblical qualifications for church elders. These qualifications focus on the man’s character as an example to the entire congregation for mature Christian living.

Congregational Conduct: On Elders (Part 1)

This passage introduces us to the nature and qualifications of the office of elder. This is important because a biblical eldership is vital to every Christian’s spiritual growth and maturity.

Congregational Conduct: Service for the Savior

Questions for Application 1. What is the purpose for our existence? 2. Based on this passage, do you serve because you’re saved or are you saved because you serve? 3. Where has God placed you to serve? What are your God-given gifts and how are you using them for the edification of God’s people? 4. […]