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1 Timothy 6:1-5 - Bad Bosses and False Teachers

Kevin Finkenbinder
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1 Timothy 6:1-5 Bad Bosses and False Teachers

Employee Obligations 1 Timothy 6:1

If God allows and you have recourse to change the situation you should take advantage of it. 1 Corinthians 7:21

It is respectful to address your boss when they do something wrong. Proverbs 27:5

If your boss has done something wrong, it is respectful to restore them. Galatians 6:1

Ιt is respectful to expose wrongdoing. Ephesians 5:11

Be sure that you are not guilty of similar actions. Matthew 7:3-5, Psalm 50:16-20

Does your example draw people to Christ or scare them away? 1 Timothy 4:12

Christian Bosses 1 Timothy 6:2

It is appropriate for a Christian boss to treat their employees in the same way, respecting their work and rewarding them accordingly. Colossians 4:1, Ephesians 6:9

We should assume a believing boss will also be a blessing to other believers.

False Teachers 1 Timothy 6:3-5

Whenever ANYONE is constantly involved in quarrels, envy and suspicion, they are operating in conceit.

Love is gentle, kind, seeks truth, protects, trusts, hopes, and perseveres. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

False teachers prefer to have what sounds good instead of what is true. 2 Timothy 4:3

The contentment of Christ is in God’s perfect plan. Psalm 33:11

 

Biblical contentment is peace with God in the situations He gives us, it is trust in His sufficiency. 2 Corinthians 9:8