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Jan 05, 2020 | Craig Lile

2020: CLEAN HANDS AND BOLD HEARTS

2 Timothy 1:7

2020: CLEAN HANDS AND BOLD HEARTS

EZEKIEL 33:7-9; II TIMOTHY 1:7 Pew Bible – Pages 471, 648

The Relevance of Blood on Our Hands


The Apostle Paul showed the Old Testament principle of bloodguilt was also relevant in the New Testament to any who fail to ________________ the __________________ (Acts 20:26-27).

The Reality and Removal of Blood on Our Hands


The reality of blood on our hands implores us to prioritize our total commitment to the task of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

The blood can be removed from our hands by:
- Fulfilling the Lord’s Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20.
- _________________________ ________________ for lost people.
- A willingness to be used at ________ _____________.


Reconciling the Fear in our Hearts


The Greek word for “fear” in II Timothy 1:7 is “dilia”, which can be translated “____________________________”.


Reclaiming the Priority to be God’s Evangelists


Accept God’s authority _________ us as while claiming His authority that dwells _______________ us.


Accept God’s appointment ________ us in this life while looking for God’s appointments _______________ us every single day.


Accept God’s ability to empower us as we acknowledge God’s ability to empower __________________ in others.