The last epistle the Apostle Paul wrote was 2 Timothy, which was a letter to his young co-worker. Rather than unveiling great truths as he does in his other epistles, in 2 Timothy Paul is reminding and charging Timothy to guard and keep what has already been committed to him. There are three key words in this epistle: remind, fan, and guard. Like Timothy, we also have heard and seen many things, some of us from the time we were children. This book tells us that in the last days, difficult times will come. Our need in these last days is to guard the good deposit. In this podcast we begin to consider what it means to guard the deposit.

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