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A Study in Titus, Volume 2

Sound Doctrine, Sound Living

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ID: 15604 • December 27, 2013

Titus was an elder at a church marked by moral and doctrinal confusion. As his coworker in the faith, Paul wrote to Titus to remind him of the indispensable place of the Gospel and to encourage him to teach it faithfully and to model a way of life consistent with its truth. Paul’s letter offers a picture of the task to which elders are called, and it beautifully and repeatedly grounds the life and lifestyle of the church in the Gospel of grace.

In volume two of this series, Alistair Begg explains that words are useless without actions and that the conduct of our lives should be consistent with the Gospel that we preach. Titus was to live a godly life himself and to teach his church to live in the same manner. Those who are older ought to set an example, and those who are younger ought to follow it with humility. All should find the power for this life in the truth of the Gospel.

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“As for You, Titus…”

Titus 2:1, Titus 2:7–8, Titus 2:15 Sermon Includes Transcript 33:21 ID: 2873

Believing Means Behaving

Titus 2:2–4 Sermon Includes Transcript 36:00 ID: 2877

Teaching That Accords with Sound Doctrine — Part One

Titus 2:4–10 Sermon Includes Transcript 40:22 ID: 2874

Teaching That Accords with Sound Doctrine — Part Two

Titus 2:11–15 Sermon Includes Transcript 23:25 ID: 2878