1 Timothy 1
1 Timothy 1:1
How was Paul made an apostle of Christ Jesus?
Paul was made an apostle by to the commandment of God.
1 Timothy 1:2
What was the relationship between Paul and Timothy?
Timothy was Paul’s true son in the faith.
1 Timothy 1:3-4
Where did Paul urge Timothy to remain?
He urged Timothy to remain in Ephesus.
What was Timothy to command certain people not to do?
He was to command them not to teach differently.
1 Timothy 1:5-8
What did Paul say was the goal of his commandment and teaching?
The goal of his commandment was love from a pure heart, from a good conscience, and from sincere faith.
1 Timothy 1:9-12
For whom is the law made?
The law is for lawless, rebellious, ungodly people, and sinners.
1 Timothy 1:13
What sins did Paul formerly commit?
Paul was a blasphemer, persecutor, and a violent man.
1 Timothy 1:14
What overflowed to Paul, resulting in Paul becoming an apostle of Jesus Christ?
The grace of our Lord overflowed to Paul.
1 Timothy 1:15
Who did Christ Jesus come into the world to save?
Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.
1 Timothy 1:16-17
Why does Paul say God gave him mercy?
God gave Paul mercy so that Jesus could demonstrate his patience in Paul as an example.
1 Timothy 1:18
What did Paul tell Timothy to do in accordance with the prophecies made about Timothy?
Paul tells Timothy to fight the good fight.
1 Timothy 1:19
What happened to some who rejected their faith and their good conscience?
These people have shipwrecked their faith.
1 Timothy 1:20
What did Paul do for those men who had rejected faith and a good conscience and had shipwrecked their faith?
Paul gave them over to Satan so that they may be taught not to blaspheme.
1 Timothy 2
1 Timothy 2:1
For whom does Paul request that prayers be made?
Paul requests prayers be made for all people.
1 Timothy 2:2-3
What kind of life does Paul desire Christians be allowed to live?
Paul desires that Christians be allowed to live a peaceful and quiet life in all godliness and dignity.
1 Timothy 2:4
What does God desire for all people?
God desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.
1 Timothy 2:5
What is Christ Jesus’ position between God and man?
Christ Jesus is the one mediator between God and man.
1 Timothy 2:6
What did Christ Jesus do for all?
Christ Jesus gave himself as a ransom for all.
1 Timothy 2:7
Who does the apostle Paul teach?
Paul is a teacher of the nations.
1 Timothy 2:8
What does Paul want men to do?
Paul wants men to pray and lift up holy hands.
1 Timothy 2:9-11
What does Paul want women to do?
Paul wants women to dress modestly and with self-control.
1 Timothy 2:12
What does Paul not permit a woman to do?
Paul does not permit a woman to teach or to exercise authority over a man.
1 Timothy 2:13
What is the first reason that Paul gives for not permitting a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man?
Paul’s first reason is that Adam was formed first.
1 Timothy 2:14
What is the second reason that Paul gives for not permitting a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man?
Paul’s second reason is that Adam was not deceived.
1 Timothy 2:15
In what does Paul want women to remain?
Paul wants women to continue in faith and love and sanctification with soundness of mind.
1 Timothy 3
1 Timothy 3:1
What kind of work is the work of an overseer?
The work of an overseer is good work.
1 Timothy 3:2
What must an overseer be able to do?
An overseer must be able to teach.
1 Timothy 3:3
How must an overseer handle alcohol and money?
An overseer must not be a drunkard, and must not love money.
1 Timothy 3:4
How should an overseer’s children treat him?
An overseer’s children must obey and honor him.
1 Timothy 3:5
Why is it important that an overseer manage his household well?
It is important because if he cannot manage his household well, he will likely not care well for a church.
1 Timothy 3:6
What is the danger if the overseer is a new convert?
The danger is that he will be puffed up and fall into condemnation.
1 Timothy 3:7-9
What must an overseer’s reputation be with those outside the church?
An overseer must have a good reputation with those outside the church.
1 Timothy 3:10
What should be done with deacons before they serve?
Before they serve, deacons should be tested.
1 Timothy 3:11-14
What are some characteristics of godly women?
Godly women are dignified, not slanderers, sober, and trustworthy in everything.
1 Timothy 3:15
What is the household of God?
The household of God is the church of the living God.
1 Timothy 3:16
After Jesus appeared in the flesh, was justified by the Spirit, and was seen by angels, what did he do?
Jesus was proclaimed among nations, believed in the world, and taken up in glory.
1 Timothy 4
1 Timothy 4:1-2
According to the Spirit, what will some people do in the later times?
Some people will leave the faith and attend to deceiving spirits and the teachings of demons.
1 Timothy 4:3-4
What lies will these people teach?
They will forbid marriage and forbid eating some foods.
1 Timothy 4:5-6
How is anything we eat sanctified for our use?
Anything we eat is sanctified by the word of God and prayer.
1 Timothy 4:7
In what does Paul tell Timothy to train himself?
Paul tells Timothy to train himself in godliness.
1 Timothy 4:8-10
Why is training in godliness more profitable than bodily training?
Training in godliness is more profitable because it holds promise for this present life and the coming one.
1 Timothy 4:11
What does Paul exhort Timothy to do with all of the good things that he has received in Paul’s teaching to him?
Paul exhorts Timothy to command and teach these things.
1 Timothy 4:12-13
In what ways is Timothy to be an example to others?
Timothy is to be an example in word, conduct, love, faith, and purity.
1 Timothy 4:14-15
How did Timothy receive the spiritual gift that he had?
The gift was given to Timothy through prophecy with the imposition of the hands of the elders.
1 Timothy 4:16
If Timothy continues faithfully in his life and teaching, who will be saved?
Timothy will save both himself and his listeners.
1 Timothy 5
1 Timothy 5:1-3
How did Paul tell Timothy to treat an older man in the church?
Paul told Timothy to exhort him as if he were a father.
1 Timothy 5:4-7
What should children and grandchildren of a widow do for her?
Children and grandchildren should repay their parents and take care of her.
1 Timothy 5:8-9
What has someone done who does not take care of those in his own household?
He has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.
1 Timothy 5:10
For what should a widow be known?
A widow should be attested for good works.
1 Timothy 5:11-13
Why should the church not enroll young widows onto the list of people for the church to care for?
These younger widows will later want to marry.
1 Timothy 5:14-16
What does Paul want younger women to do?
Paul wants younger women to marry, to bear children, and to manage a household.
1 Timothy 5:17-18
What should be done for elders who lead well?
Elders who lead well should be considered worthy of double honor.
1 Timothy 5:19-20
What conditions must be met before someone accuses an elder?
There must be two or three witnesses when someone accuses an elder.
1 Timothy 5:21-23
Paul commands Timothy to be careful to keep these rules in what way?
Paul commands Timothy to be careful to keep these rules without favoritism.
1 Timothy 5:24-25
When do the sins of people become known?
The sins of some people are evident, but the sins of others are not known until the judgment.
1 Timothy 6
1 Timothy 6:1-3
How did Paul say slaves should regard their masters?
Paul said that slaves should regard their masters as worthy of all honor.
1 Timothy 6:4-5
What kind of person rejects healthy words and godly teaching?
The person who rejects healthy words and godly teaching is puffed up and understands nothing.
1 Timothy 6:6
What does Paul say is great gain?
Paul says that godliness with contentment is great gain.
1 Timothy 6:7
What did we bring into this world, and what can we take with us when we leave?
We have brought nothing into the world, and cannot take anything out.
1 Timothy 6:8
With what should we be content in this world?
We should be satisfied that we have food and clothing.
1 Timothy 6:9
Into what do those who desire to become wealthy fall?
Those who desire to become wealthy fall into temptation and a trap.
1 Timothy 6:10-11
What is a root of all kinds of evil?
The love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.
What has happened to some who have loved money?
Some who have loved money have been led away from the faith.
1 Timothy 6:12-15
What fight does Paul say Timothy must fight?
Paul says Timothy must fight the good fight of the faith.
1 Timothy 6:16
Where does God dwell?
God dwells in unapproachable light.
1 Timothy 6:17-18
Why should the rich hope in God and not in uncertain riches?
The rich should hope in God because he provides us with everything that we enjoy.
1 Timothy 6:19
Those who are rich in good works do what for themselves?
Those who are rich in good works store up for themselves a good foundation, and grasp genuine life.
1 Timothy 6:20-21
Finally, what does Paul tell Timothy to do with the things given to him?
Paul tells Timothy to guard what has been entrusted to him.