Titus Bible Study

Summary

The book of Titus reminds us that our beliefs about God impact every decision we make.

Introduction

The letter urges Titus to appoint worthy elders to positions of responsibility, to preach sound doctrine, and to exemplify in his own life the virtues that are expected of all Christians. It warns against the disruptive influence of “Jewish myths” and teachings put forward by “those of the circumcision.” 

Join JournalOwl on this brief challenge where you will:

  • Watch a short overview video of each Titus chapter
  • Read scripture directly from the Bible
  • Answer journal prompt questions
  • And chat with others from around the world about Titus

Steps (3)

Step 1: Titus - Chapter 1

Paul, a servant of God, to Titus. I left you in Crete to appoint elders. Deceivers must be silenced. To the impure nothing is pure.

Step 2: Titus - Chapter 2

Teach what is consistent with sound doctrine. Men are to be steadfast, women reverent. The grace of God trains us to live godly lives.

Step 3: Titus - Chapter 3

Show consideration to all. We were once slaves but God saved us. Believers should maintain good works. Everyone here sends greetings.
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