Outline of Titus

Character Profile: Titus

  • Paul instrumental in his salvation (Titus 1:5)
  • Mentioned by Paul as seemingly known by the Galatians (Gal 2:1-3)
  • Went with Paul to Jerusalem (Gal 2:1-3) likely on the matter of circumcision in Acts 15 perhaps as
  • Titus, an uncircumcized Greek who wasn?t compelled by his adversaries to get circumcized. (Gal 2:3);
  • Attesting to his strong character Paul even states that Titus walked in the same spirit and step as himself (2 Cor 12:18)
  • He was to meet Paul at Troas (2 Cor 2:12)
  • Made a beginning of a work in Corinth (perhaps in relation to the gift offering) and he was subsequently urged to complete in the Corinthians this gracious work (2 Cor 8:6)
  • Was sent to Corinth by Paul (2 Cor 8:16-22, 2 Cor 12:17; 2 Cor 12:18)
  • Was received with trembling and love by the Corinthians (2 Cor 7:15)
  • His love of the Corinthians increased from this experience (2 Cor 7:15)
  • Met up with Him in Macedonia and proved to be a great comfort (2 Cor 7:5-6)
  • Comforted the workers, himself and Paul (2 Cor 7:7) by seeing the earnest desire of the Corinthians towards Paul
  • Found his spirit refreshed by the Corinthians (2 Cor 7:14)
  • Paul calls him his partner and fellow worker among the Corinthians (2 Cor 8:23)
  • Left to do a work in Crete (Titus 1:5)
  • Was to rejoin Paul in Nicopolis (Titus 3:12)
  • Perhaps went to Rome, but eventually seems to have left Paul and went to Dalmatia?the reason is not explained (2 Tim 4:10)


Who Killed The Bible Reading?

Keith R. Keyser

Believers that seek to meet according to the New Testament pattern for
assembly gathering have been blessed with a long succession of gifted teachers over the
past one hundred and eighty years. Men like John Nelson Darby, William Kelly, Henry
Soltau, Edward Dennett, John Gifford Bellett, Frederick W. Grant, and Charles Henry
Mackintosh helped their own generation, as well as subsequent generations through their
spiritually sound writings. Many of their works originated in public “conversational
Bible readings” that were held throughout the English-speaking world.

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The Bible Translated Into English

John Foxe

“In every thing give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus
concerning you” (1 Thess.5:18).

The next time you read your English Bible, remember the following three
incidents and then give thanks that you have a Bible to read in English.

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The Jewish Calendar Questions

Recently, a friend asked me when the 7 Feasts occured in the Jewish
Calendar. The question came up because we were taking a look at the Day
of Pentecost and how long Christ was on Earth. We’ve both been in
enough meetings where we knew that 50 days after the Passover was the
Day of Pentacost….but what did that mean?

It meant we had assimilated information without verifying the facts.

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The Hatred of God

Keith Keyser

In modern colloquial English the word “hate” is commonly used
to mean something far weaker than its dictionary definition. People often say “I hate
traffic jams,” or “I hate the Dallas Cowboys.” What they usually mean by
such statements is that they dislike such phenomena or people. When God uses the word,
however, it carries a far weightier meaning.