In this short study of one of the neglected books of the Bible, we
see Paul at his pragmatic best. For those who separate things
spiritual into "high" and "low", this book presents an opposite
view. For though Paul is dealing with the practical questions of
church administration, those questions bear upon the very life of
the church. Titus faces a severe test: he is a young man,
appointed over those older - and some of those older men are
corrupting the church. Paul's practical advice touches upon the
ordinary as it reveals the soaring grace of God.
Downloads: Timothy, Titus and Philemon (PDF,
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||Who Am I - A
description of the apostle; the hope of grace; elders in the
- Practical leadership in the church, based upon the grace
Teapots & Tommy Guns - Our relationships with the
state, the world - and ourselves.
These lessons were originally delivered in 2005. An older, longer series on Titus may be found