Paul’s first pastoral letter to Timothy is full of profound teaching about the attributes and activities of God—and holds many implications for life and worship in the local church. This Reformed Expository Bible Study gives groups and individuals thirteen lessons that focus on observing and understanding the text—making connections to the rest of the Bible and to Reformed theology. Lessons close with personal application and a prayer prompt.
This Reformed Expository Bible Study is designed for personal and group use. Each lesson connects to the rest of the Bible and holds to the same standards as the Reformed Expository Commentary series: a high view of Scripture; a Christ-centered focus; a Reformed theological basis; and an emphasis on personal application and prayer.
“Having benefitted, along with many others, from the excellent and accessible Reformed Expository Commentary series, I heartily commend this companion initiative.”
—Harry Reeder, Senior Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church
“I am thankful to see this development in the Reformed Expository Commentary series, allowing these excellent, pastoral commentaries to get an even wider use in the church.”
—Bryan Chapell, Senior Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church
“Jon Nielson asks questions on the text that will make the reader think. . . . The Reformed Expository Bible Study series will help readers to understand every text in light of the whole of the Bible—as well as the person and work of Christ.”
—Nancy Guthrie, Author, Seeing Jesus in the Old Testament Bible studies
“I highly recommend the Reformed Expository Bible Study series for those who desire to read the Bible through a redemptive-historical lens that will help them to draw out good gospel implications for all of life and ministry.”
—Stephen T. Um, Senior Pastor, Citylife Presbyterian Church