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I Thought You Knew - 2 Timothy 1:8-12 - Darron LaMonte Edwards, Sr.

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Introduction: “I thought you knew" is street slang which in this Scripture is used to say to us that what is clear, evident, make sense and is revelation to some of us (Paul) may not be clear, evident, make sense, and is revelation to the rest of us (Timothy).

 

Paul talks to Timothy:

  • ABOUT HIS HERITAGE (verses 5 -6)
  • ABOUT HIS COURAGE (verse 7)
  • TO MAKE SURE THERE IS NO BLOCKAGE IN HIS UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT GOD HAS DONE IN HIS LIFE. (verses 8 – 12)

 

In this text, there are some “take-a-ways that we can tuck away” for our own spiritual development!

 

In a real sense, Paul says--I thought you knew…Paul makes a bold statement about his relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

He is confident in his change.

He is secure in his salvation.

He believes the bondage has been broken.

He believes his deliverance has been granted.

He believes the curse has been reversed.

He believes the script has been flipped.

He believes the power and consequence of sin has finally reached an end.

 

The late, great D. L. Moody is reported to have said that the gospel "Tells rebellious men that God wants to hug you, that justice is satisfied, that sin has been atoned for, that the judgment of the guilty can be revoked, the condemnation of the sinner can be cancelled, the curse of the Law can be blotted out, the gates of hell can not prevail, the gates of heaven are opened wide, the power of sin is , the guilty conscience can be healed, and the broken heart can receive comfort.

 

And the sad reality is that we are supposed to know these things but sadly we just don’t know – BUMP YOUR NEIGHBOR AND SAY: “I thought you knew”


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