2 Timothy 2:1-13
Paul models endurance for us in 2 Timothy. He writes this letter from a prison. He’s an aged, war-torn apostle, but he’s enduring until the end. He is calling Timothy to endure to the end. Remember Jesus Christ! Remember the one who conquered our enemies, is seated at the Father’s right hand, and gives sufficient grace that we may endure hardship. If we endure through him, we will reign with him. And when your faith ends in sight and you hear the Savior say, “Well done,” I promise you that you will not regret passing on the gospel and suffering for the gospel as a good soldier, a disciplined athlete, and a hard-working farmer.