In his letter to Titus, the apostle Paul instructs this pastor what to teach his church. In our text this week, Titus 3:1-7, we see Paul turn the focus to the life of Christians in the world.
Pastor Jim walked us through four verses of the well knows Christmas carol, Once in Royal David’s City and how Biblical is actually is.
Why does St Paul command believers to ‘give thanks’? Shouldn’t this be our natural inclination? Pastor Jim shares some thoughts.
Pastor Jim addresses some tough issues in this sermon.
St Paul’s goal of his Letter to Titus is to help Titus lead and direct the church on Crete. Chapter one is about keeping the standard of Scripture prominent. Chapter two St Paul puts focus on how to teach, and what to teach.
Not sure if you think an “elder” is a new concept or an old one; A concept that has outlived its usefulness or one that is just showing signs of acceptance. Here is Pastor Jim with his take on how St Paul viewed the subject.
Temptation. Something we all deal with. Pastor Jim’s sermon based on this one verse was an eye-opener. Make sure you listen.