1 Timotius 1: 12-17 Bahasa Indonesia

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PA – Induktif 1 Timotius 1 : 12-17 “Ucapan Syukur atas Kasih Karunia Allah”
OBSERVASI:
Outline (alur cerita): 1. Ucapan syukur kepada Yesus Kristus. Ay. 12 2. Pengakuan dosa paulus terhadap kesalahannya yang lampau, juga pengakuan bahwa oleh karena iman dan Kasih karunia ia merasakan Kasih yang melimpah dari Tuhan. Ay. 13-14 3. Pernyataan iman Paulus akan kebesaran Tuhan dalam hidupnya yang berdosa. Ay. 15-16 4. Kembali Paulus menaikkan ucapan syukur dan hormat kepada Raja segala zaman dan Allah yang kekal. Ay. 17.
Who:
1. Aku disini adalah Paulus yang menulis surat untuk murid yang dikasihinya timotius.
When:
1. Kapan surat ini di tulis oleh paulus? Surat ini ditulis oleh Paulus pada 64-65 M, pada saat Paulus menugaskan Timotius sebagai wakil rasuli untuk melayani di Efesus, dan Titus di Kreta.
Where:
1. Surat ini ditulis pada saat Paulus berada di Makedonia sebelum dia kembali ditangkap di Roma.
Mengapa Paulus menulis surat ini?
Surat ini sesungguhnya merupakan "Surat-Surat Penggembalaan", adalah surat-surat dari Paulus (1Tim 1:1; 2Tim 1:1; Tit 1:1) kepada Timotius (di Efesus) dan Titus (di Kreta) mengenai pelayanan pastoral di gereja. Jadi surat ini juga menjadi suatu penguatan buat Timotius yang sedang menjalankan tugas pengembalaan di efesus.
INTERPRETASI:
Nilai-nilai apa yang dapat kita ambil dari perikop ini: 1. Kemurahan Allah kepada Paulus seharusnya memberikan kita semangat untuk memberitakan Injil kepada orang berdosa, dengan yakin bahwa kuasa dan kasih karunia Allah dapat menebus dan mengubah kehidupan mereka. 2. Sebagai orang percaya selayaknya kita senantiasa mengucap syukur kepada Yesus karena oleh Kasih KaruniaNya kita berlimpah Kasih. 3. Ada satu hal yang saya pelajari adalah pengakuan Iman Paulus, maksudnya bagaimana Paulus benar-benar menyatakan bahwa Kasih Allah itu mengubahkan. Mungkin dengan…...

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