As leadership transitions from one generation to the next, the central truths of the Gospel must remain at the very heart of the church’s work. Nearing the end of his life, Paul wrote to embolden the pastor Titus to teach sound doctrine, to confront false teaching, and to establish organized leadership according to Scripture. In this study of the book of Titus, we see the radical implications of God’s design for His people.
In volume two of this series, grace and confidence come to the forefront as Alistair Begg delves into the final chapters of Titus. Continuing his practical instructions regarding young women, men, slaves, and conflicts within the church, Paul assured Titus of the Bible’s reliable authority and the necessity of grace when sharing the Gospel. Justified by God’s mercy and enabled by His Spirit, the humbly obedient life of a Christian glorifies God and points others to Christ.