These letters, thought largely to be from the Apostle, Paul, are known as the "Pastoral Epistles", written to encourage and help Timothy, Titus and Philemon to show leadership in adversity.
William Barclay takes us through the letters, unlocking the inspiring message that all of us can learn, in all circumstances, to approach our lives and those who depend upon us with mercy, grace, steadfastness and kindness.
'At last! I've discovered William Barclay, and he's brilliant.' DIANE LOUISE JORDAN 'Readers of William Barclay will discover on every page a thoughtful reworking of historical scholarship on the Bible blended seamlessly with striking personal reflections on the life of faith in modern contexts.' WARD BLANTON
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