Powered by 4 - April 4, 2018

Informative Foreword

Today's reading: Titus 1:1-4

Paul was definitely a writer. I say that because of the way he composed his letters. Instead of simply starting his letters with "Dear Titus" (like I would) and then turning to the issue at hand, Paul typically opened his letters with some sort of informative, detailed introduction. And that's exactly what we see here in Titus. Before Paul gets into this letter to his co-worker, he wraps in quite a bit of beneficial and useful information about God. Before we ever get to the "meat" of Paul's letter, he already has us thinking about God.

What did you notice or what stood out to you about God from Paul's opening words to Titus? What encouragement did you draw from the message conveyed in these few verses? Tami

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