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"Pastoral Epistles : 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus"
by Dr Andrew C S Koh
Pastoral Epistles : 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Verse-by-verse Exposition
A Christ-centred , Biblical-based, Holy Spirit enabled, Life-changing commentary, bible study, and devotion
Available in PDF, MOBI, and ePub

Reviews: A great read and very informative. The advice of Apostle Paul to Timothy about how to lead a good Christian life. A practical book. I received this book free and I leave an honest review. I recommend this book to other readers< Sharmani Jeyaram, Bookbub, 5 out of 5 Stars This is a very informative and a great read. In this book, there is a lot of advice from Apostle Paul to Timothy on how to live a good Christian life. These teachings also help us to look into our own lives. I found this book practical. I received this book free and I leave an honest review. I recommend this book to other readers, Sharmani Jeyaram, Goodreads, 5 out of 5 Stars Foreword: Archbishop Ng Moon Hing, Anglican Archbishop of Southeast Asia Paul's pastoral letters are, as good as, his last testament. He knew his time was coming to an end soon. With his last and final exhortation to his disciples, he continued to press home the point to 'be faithful' to Christ, as he himself has been throughout his ministry. What a great and amazing disciple of Christ, Paul was - one who irrespective of the terrible treatments he had received from his persecutors and the enemies of the Gospel, yet he could say that " I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." Paul, too, did not deliberately only say the nice things to present a good picture of himself and his ministry. He was very firm with right theological understanding as well as proper and holy living. So, he did not mince his words to lash out at those who taught heretical doctrines and those who practised immoral and impure living. He recognised that the churches had been infiltrated with many worldly influences and traditions. Thus, he strongly condemned the inconsistent and improper elements that had existed in the churches that caused divisions and destroyed good testimonies. He encouraged his beloved disciples, Timothy and Titus, to return to teach the redemptive work of Christ.