Which critics and allies did Paul consider at the end of his last epistle? In the apostle’s second letter to Timothy, Alistair Begg finds Paul opposed by critics, such as Alexander the coppersmith, and deserted by other believers. Yet he was also strengthened by God for his continuing mission and rescued from perils as if from a lion’s mouth. In all Paul’s challenges, he remained prepared to declare Jesus as King over the nations—a King whose Gospel could never and will never be stopped.
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