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Titus 1-3 Devotional Questions

Helpful devotional questions: 20131125-dtquestions_Titus_1-3

Titus, Philemon, Hebrews Notes

Some helpful commentary: DT-commentary-for-Titus-Philemon-Hebrews

Titus 3 Devotion Sharing

Submitted by John Ko, Gracepoint Berkeley Titus 3:8-9 Notice that Apostle Paul instructs Titus to “stress these things.” What does this imply about one aspect of Christian ministry? What this implies about one aspect of Christian ministry is the need to instruct others. you’re warning them and helping them to understand the importance of some […]

Titus 3 Commentary

vv.1-2: “Paul said, ‘Remind the people to be subject to rulers and authorities.’ The Greek terms for ‘rulers and authorities’ (archais and exousiais) refer in this context to the secular, governmental authorities (cf. Luke 12:11). However, elsewhere in the New Testament, the meaning is expanded to include spiritual, supernatural powers (e.g., Eph 6:12). The instruction […]

Titus 2 Devotion Sharing

Submitted by Ellen Ko, Gracepoint Berkeley What is it about the grace of God that it has the power to teach a Christian to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions? The grace of God has the power to teach a Christian to say “no” to ungodliness and worldly passions because for any Christian who […]

Titus 2 Commentary

vv.1-2: “This whole chapter deals with what might be called The Christian Character in Action. It takes people by their various ages and stations and lays down what they ought to be within the world. It begins with the senior men. They must be sober. The word is n?phalios, and it literally means sober in […]

Titus 1 Devotion Sharing

Submitted by Steve Suh, Gracepoint Berkeley Titus 1:5 •    Think about what the words “every town” implies about the extent of Apostle Paul’s church planting activity in Crete. Titus was left in Crete and given a task by Apostle Paul to: 1. straighten out what was left unfinished and 2. appoint elders in every town […]

Titus 1 – Commentary

vv.2-3  “But this passage does more than speak of God’s eternal purpose; it also speaks of his method. It tells us that he sent his message in his own good time. That means to say that all history was a preparation for the coming of Jesus. We cannot teach any kind of knowledge to a […]