Finishing Well – Gospel in Life

Finishing Well

Tim Keller |  June 30, 2013

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Acts 28:30-31; 2 Timothy 4:6-22
RS 338-30


When Paul got to Rome for his trial, he was not put in a dungeon, but he was put under house arrest. He was in a rented home, and therefore, he was able to have guests and have people come and go. Therefore, he was free to do what his job was, to proclaim the gospel.

Considering Paul’s eventful life, it’s only natural to ask, “How did it end?” Paul finished well. We’re going to look at five perspectives that enabled him to basically live his life with every fiber of his being and finish well: 1) life is a struggle, 2) death is an adventure, 3) history is a masterpiece, 4) the gospel can’t be stopped, and 5) ultimately in the end you only need one thing.



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