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No Quarrelsome (2 Timothy 2:20-26), & Wisdom of Choice (Luke 7:33-35)- "Be Patient..."

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


"God is never interested in how right you are. He is interested in how obedient you are to Him and how you accomplish His will."


Summary: (Devotional Readings, 2 Timothy 2:2--26, and Luke 7:33-35)


Jared led a spiritual discussion on avoiding quarrelsomeness and emphasized the importance of gentleness and patience in teaching. He stresses the importance of patience and love, especially in dealing with those who disagree or mistreat us. Jared discussed the letters written by Paul to Timothy, emphasizing the importance of patience and gentleness in the face of heresy and bad theology. He concluded the discussion with a reading from Luke and a prayer.


Spiritual Discussion on Gentleness and Patience (Time 0:00)


Jared led a spiritual discussion, focusing on not being quarrelsome. He referenced Second Timothy, Chapter 2, verse 24, emphasizing the importance of gentleness and patience in teaching. He urged those who frequently argue to seek God's guidance and forgiveness and focus on obedience rather than winning disputes.


Importance of Patience and Love in Faith Practice (Time 3:46)


Jared emphasized the importance of patience and love, especially in dealing with those who disagree or mistreat us. He highlighted these virtues as integral to Christian faith and practice. Jared also referenced Second Timothy, verses 20 through 26, noting that patience and humility are crucial for escaping the devil's influence. He stressed that one's heart should be open and prepared for every good work.


Importance of Patience in Faith Discussion (Time 7:51)


Jared discussed the letters written by Paul to Timothy, emphasizing the importance of patience and gentleness in the face of heresy and bad theology. He highlighted that church membership does not guarantee anything and that struggle is necessary, even for baptized believers. He urged everyone to be aware of false teachers and respond to them with patience and gentleness, noting that our actions lead people to Christ, not our arguments. The discussion concluded with a reading from Luke and a prayer.


In Christ, love Jared W. Campbell






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