The First and Second Epistle To Timothy, an Expository Outline
Hamilton Smith is well known for his Christ-centered but clear and concise writing style.
In his Introduction to The First Epistle to Timothy an Expository Outline, the author declares: The apostle writes to instruct us that the great purpose of the house of God is to be a witness in the world that God is a Savior God, "who will have all men to be saved." God's desire is that, by the church, there should be in the world a collective testimony to Himself in all His holiness and grace as a Savior God. To present this testimony we must know the order of God's house and the behavior suited to His house. In a day in which the order in God's house has been largely set aside, we may glean much from this rich exposition.
In his Introduction to The Second Epistle to Timothy an Expository Outline, the author writes: In the Second Epistle to Timothy the Church, as the House of God, is no longer seen as maintained in order according to God, but as have fallen into disorder through the failure of man. In view of this failure and disorder the Apostle Paul writes to Timothy to encourage, instruct and exhort him in a day of ruin; and further, to warn him that the evil would continue and increase throughout the dispensation, manifesting itself in its worst forms in the last days. Since we are living in the very days that the Apostle Paul wrote about, we ought to give earnest heed to his exhortations and warnings.
Type: Paperback, bound
Dimensions: 14.0 x 21.0 cm