Titus Notes from King James Bible - New Testament

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King James Bible - New Testament Titus

Paul writes to Titus about God.

Paul left Titus in Greece. He tells him that a Bishop must be blameless. He warns that many of those who are circumcised are deceivers. Titus should rebuke even those who pay no heed. He should speak the Gospel and teach right behavior so men may eschew their worldly lusts. Paul tells Titus to instruct the men to be subordinate to their leaders and speak evil of no one. He will be saved not because of his works but because of God's mercy. He plans to send men to him but wants to meet Titus in the winter.

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