Summary: To establish the truth was conceived by God in eternity; commission to be preached in due time; and committed to the apostles according to the commandment of God. This lesson deals with the false notion that a divine pattern does not have to be followed.
Summary: To further the faith of God’s elect and their knowledge of the truth that leads to godliness. - Titus 1:1 A candle burning is something that has fascinated children and entertained men for centuries. To see how a flame moves in the air and burns ..
Summary: In the introduction to the letter to Titus Paul states his reason for living. Paul lived for the faith of believers and to give them the knowledge of eternal truth. The purpose of our life also needs to be defined if we desire to be focused
Summary: Since Paul was a servant and an apostle, what was his job and what is our job as Christians?
1- To further the faith of others
2- To increase the knowledge of truth
3- To encourage godliness
4- To foster the hope of eternal life
Summary: Anyone can draw a crowd if they try hard enough, but it is something quite different to build a church (body) and have the Lord to call is successful. Surely God is calling more Titus's to follow this calling
Summary: Tonight from the opening four verses of this book the Holy Spirit doesn’t waste any time in getting strait to the point, from the salutation, I want us to see and learn five calls of the church.
Summary: Part 3 of a 3-part sermon. Paul saw his spiritual obligation as a resource for Titus’ ministry. Thus my Spiritual obligation is a resource for the ministry of others. But when? My Obligation becomes a resource/asset for others when it aligns/correlate
Summary: Part 2 of a 3-part sermon. Paul saw his spiritual obligation as a resource for Titus’ ministry. My Spiritual obligation is a resource for the ministry of others. But when? My Obligation becomes a resource for others when it aligns/correlates with Chri