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Healthy Teaching

Titus 2:1-2

In Paul's letters to Timothy and Titus, he frequently used the Greek word 'hugiaino' which is often translated - 'sound'. The word really means to become 'healthy', 'whole' or 'wholesome'.

Teaching Godliness to Women

Titus 2:3-5

The Apostle Paul was quite direct to Titus about making disciples of all the people who had believed in Jesus.

Supernatural Self-Control

Titus 2:6-8

Many young men have a reputation for being rebellious. As they grow into manhood their natural desire is to push past the boundaries set by their parents as they test their strength.

Trusted Servants

Titus 2:9-10

The New Testament was written at a time when slavery was normal although many of the servants were treated well and became respected as part of the household.

Christ for All

Titus 2:11

Many people assume that if you are born in a particular country or particular area or, indeed, have a particular name, then that dictates your religion.

The Power to Say 'No'

Titus 2:12-14

Despite the national characteristics of the people of Crete (Titus 1:12), and their undisciplined social behaviour (Titus 2:1-8), the Apostle Paul was confident that the gospel would transform thei

Ministry without being Intimidated

Titus 2:15

Paul had set Titus a difficult task: to teach the gospel and disciple new converts into a very different lifestyle - one which pleased the Lord Jesus.

Relating with Integrity

Titus 3:1-2

People who believe in Jesus spend most of their life outside of the church working for their living, serving their families and participating in the local community.

No Better than Others

Titus 3:3-5a

While it is right to be concerned, sad and even angry when we see the destructive depravity which is widespread in the world, it is also important to realise that in our own natures we are no bette

Washed, Reborn, Renewed, Justified and Inheriting

Titus 3:5b-7

Salvation is not a business deal where the profit is gained by buying at the lowest cost and selling at the highest price.