Titus 2:1-10 (part one)

We’re continuing our series in the epistle of Paul to Titus, who was left on the island of Crete to appoint elders and instruct/model how to teach sound doctrine and godly behaviour. In chapter 1, we saw how elders were to be of good character (in order to model right behaviour) with the ability to teach and defend truth – in contrast with the false teachers, whose self-serving behaviour undermined their message. In chapter 2, Paul gives some instructions on how Titus and the elders are to carry out this teaching:

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