2 Timothy 1a

Join us as we begin exploring the book of Second Timothy. In this first teaching, we cover the first 10 verses of chapter 1. Focusing on verse 3, we ask the question, “How could Paul say that he had a clear conscience?” In pursuit of an answer to this question, we examine both the Greek and Hebrew words translated as “conscience,” and we present the need for a Hebraic balanced understanding of two areas of awareness: 1) continual awareness when we do right and wrong, and 2) continual awareness that God is sovereign and has planned our lives as part of the grand story He is telling.

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  1. by Michaela from SA

    On May 7, 2020

    Hi Grant, I just wanted to thank you for this beautiful explanation supported by thorough evidence from scripture. It’s a concept I’ve always believed to be true in my heart but never went the extra mile to gather the scriptural evidence as you so excellently have. I attended a talk a few years ago by a man who then confirmed this idea and explained the tension of opposing or contradictory ideas and I was elated to have it articulated finally. But this teaching of yours took it just that step further and of course, confirmation is always so refreshing. Thank you!! Hope you and your family are blessed and well during this time! Shalom and blessings!
    Michaela, daughter in law of Percy and Christelle

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On May 7, 2020

    Dear Michaela, It is always wonderful to hear from my South African friends. And thank you so much for your message. I am blessed to know that the teaching was beneficial to you. Please give my greetings to Heinrich, your parents, and Percy & Christelle! Grant

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