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Second Timothy: Guarding the Good Deposit

Second Timothy: Guarding the Good Deposit
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Last updated on November 19th, 2017

Second Timothy: Guarding the Good Deposit, Bible study, devotional
If you have an interest in studying 2nd Timothy, you will want to check out “Second Timothy: Guarding the Good Deposit” by Dr. Greg Brown. I worked through this study over a couple weeks, as a personal Bible study. This book challenged me and caused me to think deeply on the topics.

The Good

  • Well throughout book layout
    • The book begins by offering authorship, background, and purpose of 2nd Timothy, which is helpful so every reader is on the same page.
    • The book is broken down into larger section, each underlining certain themes like “Encouragements to Endure Suffering for Christ.”
      • Each larger section is broken into sub sections which commonly are a verse or two.
  • Helpful study group tips, reflection questions.
  • This 2 Timothy study even includes the Romans Road (Gospel explanation by using the book of Romans).
  • The book includes questions to help a person gather thoughts, (labeled as”Big question”) along with application questions for further personal growth.
  • The Bible exultation is clearly throughout this book. I did not find an moment where I was wondering how Dr. Brown came to such conclusions because he focused on the Bible, specifically 2nd Timothy and the truths that book holds.

The Bad

  • N/A

The Unsure*

  • N/A

*My opinion: what I didn’t care for or do not prefer. This will not lower a rating unless it overly distracts from the story.

I cannot recommend this book enough, so check out “Second Timothy: Guarding the Good Deposit” on Amazon.


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