1 Timothy 5 Do not rebuke an older man but encourage him as you would a father, younger men as brothers...
Within Paul's instruction to the church on taking care of members, we find little nuggets that are good for personal instruction too. In verses 3-8 we see things we should do: do good for others in need and take care of family. Then in verses 13 and 21 we see things we shouldn't do: gossip and practice partiality. All helpful and good reminders.
What was the primary instruction that stood out to you from 1 Timothy 5? Why? Tami
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