In my recent bible study, Entrusted by Beth Moore on 2 Timothy, I've fallen in love with the apostle Paul. I love that most of his encouragement was done through writing letters. He offered encouragement while living in the worst of conditions locked away in prison. Set apart, but not forgotten and never unfruitful. Even then he was a good steward. His heart burdened with the responsibility of sharing the good news. He needed to make sure that others knew how to live as we are called.
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The Power of a Genuine Greeting and Adoption October 20, 2016 In my recent bible study, Entrusted by Beth Moore on 2 Timothy, I’ve fallen in love with the apostle Paul.  I love that most of his encouragement was done through writing letters. He offered encouragement while living in the worst of conditions locked away in prison. Set apart, but not forgotten and never unfruitful.  Even then he was a good steward. His heart burdened with the responsibility of sharing the good news. He needed to make sure that others knew how to live as we are called.

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