The gospel calls us to avoid controversies and divisions and to find unity in the grace of Christ, which, in turn, leads us to love and serve one another.
In order to be prepared for any good work you must remember all that you were without Christ and all that you are because of Christ.
Jesus Christ is the God of Israel, come in the flesh to redeem and purify a people for himself that he might return and take them home with him.
Every person who names Christ as his savior is called to a life of sacrifices and service—a life shaped by the cross of Christ.
Leaders in the church are called to follow the example of Christ in confronting sin, even when it is unpopular and can cost them their lives.
As Paul hands off his ministry, he calls upon Titus to find Christ-like men who will take up their cross and minister in God’s church, that it might be established and built up according to God’s word.
Paul recognizes Titus as his spiritual heir, to carry on the work of proclaiming Christ that the elect might believe in him and walk in godliness.