Commentaries for the book of 2 Timothy
- Warnings to shun vain babblings and dangerous errors.
- Charges to flee youthful lusts, and to minister with zeal against error, but with meekness of spirit.
- The apostle foretells the rise of dangerous enemies to the gospel.
- Proposes his own example to Timothy.
- And exhorts him to continue in the doctrine he had learned from the Holy Scriptures.
- The apostle solemnly charges Timothy to be diligent, though many will not bear sound doctrine.
- Enforces the charge from his own martyrdom, then at hand.
- Desires him to come speedily.
- He cautions, and complains of such as had deserted him; and expresses his faith as to his own preservation to the heavenly kingdom.
- Friendly greetings and his usual blessing.