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Titus - Introduction

THINKING BIBLICALLY - Part 1            Page 6

Paul used him to deliver the two Corinthians epistles (2Corinthians 8:16-17) and for a test case against the Judaizer at the Council at Jerusalem; "But not even Titus who was with me, though he was a Greek, was compelled to be circumcised" (Galatians 2:3).

** Over this next month we will enjoy learning all that the Holy Spirit had to say to Titus, through the apostle Paul. How can you best be prepared for that study?

By spending time in devotion, reading and becoming familiar with this marvelous letter. We will look at one chapter per week, but let me invite you to get to know the whole thing. That will greatly increase your participation and enjoyment in our time together.

EXTRICATE

** If we are going to be like the "wise" man we met earlier today, how are we to handle God's precious Word?

We are to hear it, "akouo" (with understanding) and build our lives upon it by filtering all of the events of our lives through a grid of Biblical thought or Thinking Biblically.

** What is the goal of this study in Titus? What new pattern are we trying to develop in our daily lives, of which King David realized the importance?

Thinking Biblically!

DELINEATE

** What were the two guidelines for a Christian's thought life that we learned from God's Word today?

Humble Thinking - Romans 12:3

Obedient Thinking - 2Corinthians 10:5

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