Join The II Timothy Christian Fable Watch

Do not think that SunGrist (Jerry McMichael) does not appreciate the world wide support of you many followers of THE CHRISTIAN AMERICAN MIND, Like the SunGrist friends on Facebook, you should also have the opportunity to join in the Christian Fable watch of Ii Timothy. If it is the Word of God of II Timothy, and you will find in that group strict exegetical outlines and quotes and illustrations of II Timothy so it is the Word of God, so how can you lose for gaining. The link is below:

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2nd Timothy 2:15, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth,” may be one of the most misunderstood and misrepresented verses in the Bible. The misunderstanding has to do with the term “rightly dividing.” The word translated “rightly dividing” in that verse is the Greek word orthotomeo. In New Testament times, orthotomeo was often used as an engineering term. It was used, for example, in road building. It was a term that meant cutting a road on a straight path, so that travelers will be able to arrive at their destination directly, without deviation. It was also used in mining. The idea was to drill a straight mine shaft, so that the miners could get directly to the “mother lode.”

What is Paul, by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, saying when he applies this term to the Word of God? What does he mean by “rightly dividing the Word of truth”? He means this: As you teach and preach the Word, take your hearers straight to the truth. Handle God’s Word properly. Teach Scripture accurately. Don’t deviate from the Word of truth. Don’t be turned aside to anything else. That is what the people and leaders of a Scripture-driven church do. They rightly handle the Word of God.…

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