Three ways to live in such a way as to commend the Gospel of Christ to a watching world.
Two necessities for avoiding ruin, understanding the danger and understanding the truth.
Three requirements of church elders that false teachers might be avoided and you might prayerfully support them.
Paul gives us the character demanded of elders so that they might be held accountable, and you may know what following Christ looks like.
God shows that blameless elders must first and foremost set an example at home if they are to lead the church.
Why are blameless elders vital for the local church. Here we have two reasons; God gives them to shepherd his sheep, and God gives them to lead by example.
In his introduction to this letter, Paul identifies himself as a servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ. What is the significance of such titles and how did Paul become a servant and apostle?
This passage details three ways to silence false teachers in the church, thus keeping God’s people secure.
Titus is told to declare to believers the grace of God – past, present and future – in order to promote genuine and distinctive Christian living. God’s grace, in the Lord Jesus Christ, saves, sanctifies, and glorifies His people. Thus God’s grace gives us the reason and the means for living godly lives whilst waiting for the return of our great Saviour, Jesus Christ.