Titus: Lessons in Godliness

1. The Godly Life Titus 1:1-16 28th February 2021

Titus is ministering to the people of Crete, who one of their own poets describes as ‘liars, evil beasts and lazy gluttons.’ It’s a church filled with ungodly people. And so Paul writes a letter to Titus telling him that the gospel isn’t just true, but that the knowledge of the truth leads to godliness, it changes people. Paul tells Titus not just to appoint elders, but to appoint godly men who are above reproach, and who hold fast to God’s word. And he tells Titus how to recognise ungodly people and how to confront ungodliness.

2. Godly People Titus 2:1-15 7th March 2021

How would you describe a godly person? Paul gives us a template for what makes someone a godly person. And he makes it clear that godliness isn’t just for a select few, but for everyone in the church, young and old, men and women, even workers. We are all called to be godly people. Come along this Sunday and learn what godliness looks like, and even more importantly, why you would want to be a godly person.


3. Godly Works Titus 3:1-15 14th March 2021

In Titus Paul is concerned about the godliness of God’s people. But for Paul godliness isn’t just about sound doctrine, or being good people, it’s about doing good works. This Sunday we’re going to look at how our good works can’t save us, but how we are saved by God’s good work in Jesus Christ. But we’re also going to see how we’ve been saved to do good works. This Sunday you’re going to learn how to do good works, how to be ready to do good works, and what exactly good works are. God is calling you and me to work for his glory.


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