This is part 2 of a message on 2 Timothy 1. 2 Timothy is the last of the epistles written by the apostle Paul. He desired to see Timothy but Timothy was a pastor with responsibilities. He needed to train faithful men so that he could leave to be Paul's companion in the last days prior to his execution. However, Timothy was easily discouraged and often exhausted in the Lord's service. So Paul writes these words as an encouragement to a young minister. He seeks to fan the flames of passion for the Lord service in Timothy's life. If you have ever needed encouragement to serve the Lord, then 2 Timothy is an epistle written for you. Pastor Robert Rohlin shares practical observations from 2 Timothy on how we can revive and refuel to serve the Lord more effectively. The focus of these messages is practical theology ‚Äď instructions for use in our everyday life so that we can serve Christ in others more effectively. Robert Rohlin is the administrative pastor of First Baptist Church Las Colinas in Irving, Texas. This church is a family integrated Baptist Church in the Baptist Missionary Association of America.