Scripture Readings - I Timothy

I Timothy
The first letter to Timothy (the son of a Greek Gentile Father and a Jewish Mother, Eunice, and closely associated with Paul from the time of the second missionary journey) had a dual purpose: to provide guidance in the problems of Church administration, and to oppose false teachings of a speculative and moralistic nature. Thus it offers suggestions for the regulation of worship (2:1-15), sets out the qualifications for bishops (3:1-7) and deacons (3:8-13), and gives instructions as to the attitude of Church leaders towards false asceticism (4:1-16) and toward individual members (5:1-12), especially widows (5:13-16), presbyters (5:17) and slaves (6:1-2).

Reading Read Time Hit Count
I Timothy 1:1-7 (26th Monday after Pentecost) 1 min 4015
I Timothy 1:8-14 (26th Tuesday after Pentecost) 1 min 4297
I Timothy 1:15-17 (31st Sunday after Pentecost) - 4106
I Timothy 1:18-20; 2:8-15 (26th Wednesday after Pentecost) 1 min 3890
I Timothy 2:1-7 (Liturgical New Year) 1 min 5221
I Timothy 3:1-13 (26th Thursday after Pentecost) 1 min 4544
I Timothy 3:13-16;4:1-5 (Saturday before Theophany) 1 min 5497
I Timothy 4:4-8 (26th Friday after Pentecost) 1 min 3999
I Timothy 4:9-15 (32nd Sunday after Pentecost) 1 min 4492
I Timothy 5:1-10 (27th Monday after Pentecost) 1 min 4334
I Timothy 5:11-21 (27th Tuesday after Pentecost) 1 min 4171
I Timothy 5:22-6:11 (27th Wednesday after Pentecost) 2 mins 4092
I Timothy 6:11-16 (Saturday after the Nativity) 1 min 5146
I Timothy 6:17-21 (27th Thursday after Pentecost) 1 min 4365