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Spiritual leaders need to teach God's people the Word of God.Leviticus 14:57Leviticus 14:57Teach, God's Word, Spiritual Leaders
Spiritual leaders have the responsibility to teach God's people God's Word as God gave it.Deuteronomy 6:1Deuteronomy 6:1-3Teach, Responsibility, Spiritual Leaders
Idolatry being practiced by somebody in the body of Christ must be sincerely and seriously dealt with in the body of Christ - (1) confront him to confirm the sin, (2) rebuke the sin, (3) restore and teach this one how to walk in one LORD.Deuteronomy 17:2-7Deuteronomy 17:1-7Confrontation, Teach, Idols
When a crowd - drawn by God - gathers, it would be a great time to teach them God's Word.Mark 2:13Mark 2:13Crowd, God's Word, teach
It is appropriate to teach God's Word using stories and analogies.Mark 4:1,2Mark 4:1,2God's Word, stories, teach
A teacher needs to be ready to teach God's Word.Mark 4:1,2Mark 4:1,2ready, God's Word, teach
Some ministry of the Word will not produce fruit or a particular anticipated outcome.Mark 4:13-19Mark 4:13-19God's Word, fruit, teach
Some ministry of the Word will produce much fruit and an anticipated outcome.Mark 4:20Mark 4:13-20God's Word, fruit, teach
Those who 'sow' God's Word anticipate some fruitful results or outcome.Mark 4:14,20Mark 4:14,20God's Word, fruit, teach
Teach others when a crowd gathers.Mark 6:34Mark 6:34Teach others, teach
Teach those who are without a shepherd.Mark 6:34Mark 6:34Without a shepherd, teach
Teachers must teach.Mark 10:1Mark 10:1teachers, teach
When people gather, a teacher will teach.Mark 10:1Mark 10:1teachers, teach
To follow Jesus, spiritual leaders must teach the way of God in truth - teach the Scriptures.Mark 12:14Mark 12:14Teach, God's Word, Spiritual Leaders
The position of bishop requires proven character and ability to get along with people - in one's family, the assembly, and the community - and proven skill to teach.1 Timothy 3:1-71 Timothy 3:1-7teach, character, bishop
Spiritual leaders are to repeatedly teach and exhort the Christ-followers they influence (1) to consider those (even unbelievers) they work for worth respecting and honoring (2) expressing a good work ethic SO the name of God and the teachings of God may not be blasphemed AND those who work for believers (Christ-followers) (1) to not look down on (take advantage of) them just because they too follow Christ but (2) give them good service because believers and beloved are benefited.1 Timothy 6:1-21 Timothy 6:1-2God's Word, teach, spiritual leaders
If anyone teaches deviations from truth and contrary to what is spiritually healthy - which is the message of Jesus Christ which leads to godliness - that one is (1) puffed up with pride, (2) understands nothing, (3) obsessed with disputes and contraversies - these three resulting in envy, stife, slander, evil suspicions and useless wranglings of men.1 Timothy 6:3-51 Timothy 6:3-5teach, false teachers, spiritual leaders
In teaching of faithful Christ-followers who are able to teach others, note these things: (1) don't wrangle or strive about empty and trifling matters - such ruins and destroys hearers, (2) eagerly, diligently, and passionately teach the truth of God correctly (from word meaning 'to cut straight') and directly, and (3) avoid teaching unhallowed, common, or worldly teachings - such will increase ungodly living among hearers.2 Timothy 2:14-182 Timothy 2:14-18God's Word, Teach, training
The ministry of a servant of God must avoid foolish and ignorant disputes and quarrels while focusing on (1) being gentle to all, (2) being apt and skillful at teaching, (3) being patient with people, and (4) humbly correcting those who oppose the Gospel ministry.2 Timothy 2:23-252 Timothy 2:23-26Teach, God's Word, Responsibility
Why should a servant of God humbly teach the Word of God to those who oppose the Gospel ministry? (1) that God grant them repentance, (2) that they come to know God's truth, and (3) that in do doing they escape the captivity (held in unbelief, darkness) of the devil.2 Timothy 2:24-262 Timothy 2:23-26Opposition, Teach, God's Word
The teaching of God's Word is for now and for all who will be taught.2 Timothy 4:3-42 Timothy 4:3-4Teach, God's Word, Responsibility
Those with proclamation gifts must exhort and teach sound, Biblical teaching to God's people WHILE THERE IS AN AUDIENCE because the time will come when people will not tolerate or desire to be taught God's Word.2 Timothy 4:3-42 Timothy 4:3-4Teach, Apostasy, God's Word
Teach any and all who remain open to God's Word.2 Timothy 4:3-42 Timothy 4:3-4Teach, God's Word, Responsibility
The day will come when not many in or around the church will be interested in hearing or receiving sound, Biblical teaching.2 Timothy 4:3-42 Timothy 4:3-4Teach, God's Word
Those responsible for proclaiming God's Word - apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, teacher - need to (1) be watchful (free from illusion) in all things, (2) endure afflictions that will come to you, (3) do the work of spreading the Gospel, and (4) fulfill (maximize, to full capacity) the ministry entrusted to you by God.2 Timothy 4:52 Timothy 4:5Teach, God's Word, Responsibility
Fulfilling the role of proclaimer of God's Word comes with a variety of challenging costs. 2 Timothy 4:52 Timothy 4:5God's Word, Teach, Costs
Spiritual leaders are under an injunction to repeatedly speak about what fits with or matches with sound, wholesome, spiritually healthy teaching: older women in Christ (1) be reverent in behavior (carrying on with their mind God-ward, (2) not false accusers like Satan, (3) spend little or no time at wine, (4) teachers of good things - reminding the younger women (A) to love their husbands and children, (B) to exercise self-control, (C) to be pure and modest, (D) to work at home (domestically inclined), (E) to be good and kind, (F) to obey their own husbands - all so God's Word will not be blasphemed (defamed or vilified).Titus 2:3-5Titus 2:3-5body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
Spiritual leaders are under an injunction to repeatedly speak about what fits with or matches with sound, wholesome, spiritually healthy teaching: younger men in Christ (1) to be sober minded, self-controlled or curb passions.Titus 2:6-8Titus 2:6-8body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
Spiritual leaders are to set a pattern (example to be imitated of doing good (things, works) as in (1) teaching with integrity (living what you teach), (2) teach with gravity (its heavy, important), (3) teaching with spiritual consistency (not allowing spoilage related to quality or quantity) - the soundness of the teaching validated by a consistent living so accussers have nothing evil or wicked to say of you.Titus 2:6-8Titus 2:6-8body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
Spiritual leaders are under an injunction to repeatedly speak about what fits or matches with sound, wholesome, spiritually healthy teaching: employees or servants to (1) do what you are told to do, fulfill your responsibilities, (2) do what pleases your employer or master, avoiding a negative or argumentative relationship, (3) not pilfer or embezzel employer or master possessions, (4) show the employer or master fidelity, trustworthiness - these attitudes and actions will adorn, garnish, make more attractive the teachings (words of) of God, our Savior.Titus 2:9-10Titus 2:9-10body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
The saving grace of God that brings salvation (first in Jesus Christ) has appeared all over the world teaching - instructing as training up a child - us IN CHRIST to (1) deny or renounce ungodliness (man-centeredness), (2) deny worldly, fleshly lusts and desires, (3) live soberly, balanced thought lives, (4) righteously (obeying God) doing what God says, (5) God-oriented thinking and living in the days in which we live, and (6) anticipating the return of Jesus Christ.Titus 2:11-13Titus 2:11-13body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
Spiritual leaders are under an injunction to (1) repeatedly speak about what fits with or matches with those (verses 11-14) things, to (2) exhort, personally instruct or address, and to (3) rebuke - convince with solid compelling evidence, expose - and do so (all three of these points) with every form of authority (all the leverage) possible not letting anyone look down on them (especially of a younger spiritual leader).Titus 2:11-15Titus 2:11-15body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders
Spiritual leaders are not to allow those they teach, encourage, and rebuke to think less of them (depreciate or look down on) by earning their respect.Titus 2:15Titus 2:11-15body of Christ, teach, spiritual leaders