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At the conclusion of Titus, Paul gives final admonitions and exhortations to Titus, as well as the church at Crete. These final words from Paul serve as insights into Paul's future intentions, as well as to his desire to promote the Gospel in all areas.
4 Perspectives to train us how to live godly lives in a godless age (Titus 3:12-15)
Paul’s letter to Titus reveals how mission dominated his thought, and this applies to his view of the church in the world as well. Thus, in chapter 3 of Titus, Paul issues four directives to help believers live as models of good citizenship so that they may facilitate rather than hinder the evangelistic mission of the church and thus positively benefit their unbelieving neighbors (3:8). Thus far in our study, we have examined three of the four directives. I. Remember The Duties Of Good Citizenship. 3:1-2; II. Remember The Source Of Good Citizenship. 3:3-7; III. Deal With The Threats To Good Citizenship. 3:8-11. Paul concludes chapter 3 by issuing one final directive to Titus to help believers model good citizenship: IV. Believers Should Demonstrate the Charity of Good Citizenship. 3:12-15. Such charity by God’s people testifies to their obedience and thankfulness, glorifies God, adorns the gospel and facilitates the church’s mission in the world.
In this message from our series on the book of Titus, "Being the Church," Pastor Derrick concludes the series with a final glimpse of grace.
We find, in a sometimes very strong letter, a very tender and affectionate conclusion.
Pastor Steve finishes up the book of Titus
The Bible is not some story book. It tells us real stories about real people who really got used by God to His glory. If those men and women were real, then the things they did are things God calls us to as well, because WE are real people too.