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Titus: “Titus, My Son”

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An alliterated exegetical outline of the Book of Titus.

 

                      

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An alliterated exegetical outline of the Book of Titus. 16 pgs.

 

“Not By Works Of Righteousness Which We Have Done”
Titus 3:1-15

I. What Titus Is To Remind The Cretians (1-3)

A. Of Their Personal Character As Believers In Christ (1-2)
1. Paul States The Christian’s Proper Attitude To All Power (1)
a. The Apostle’s Obligation To Titus For The Cretians (1a) Put them in mind
b. The Apostle’s Oder To Titus For The Cretians (1b-1c)
(1) To Be Subject To Principalities (1b) to be subject to principalities
(2) To Be Subject To Powers (1c) and powers,
c. The Apostle’s Obedience To Titus For The Cretians (1d) to obey magistrates,
d. The Apostle’s Objective To Titus For The Cretians (1e) to be ready to every good work,
2. Paul States The Christian’s Proper Attitude To All People (2)
a. Not Blasphemers (2a) To speak evil of no man,
b. Not Brawlers (2b) to be no brawlers,
c. Not Belligerent (2c) but gentle,
d. Not Boastful (2d) shewing all meekness unto all men.

II. Of Their Past Conduct Before Believing In Christ (3)

A. They Were Guilty Of A Sinful Past (3a-3d)
1. Paul Includes His Own Past Actions (3a) For we ourselves also
2. Paul Indicts His Own Past Actions (3b-3d)
a. They Were All Sometimes Dim-witted (3b) were sometimes foolish,
b. They Were All Sometimes Disobedient (3c) disobedient,
c. They Were All Sometimes Deceived (3d) deceived,

B. They Were Guilty Of Sinful Passions (3e-3f)
1. They Were Slaves To Diverse Carnal Passions (3e) serving divers lusts
2. They Were Shackled To Diverse Christless Pleasures (3f) and pleasures,