In the book of Titus, the apostle Paul gives instructions to a pastor on “putting what remains into order” in the churches of Crete – an island where the people were known for being “liars, evil beasts, lazy gluttons” (Titus 1:12).
As you read through this short epistle, you will find instructions that continue to inform and guide churches today, including biblical eldership, refuting false teachers, principles of discipleship, and more.
Below you will find audio from a sermon series I preached on the book of Titus. I hope that it is a help and a blessing to you and your church.
An Introduction to Titus: Titus 1:1-4
Biblical Church Leadership: Titus 1:5-9
This sermon on Titus 1:5-9 discusses Biblical church leadership, which is a plurality of spiritually qualified elders.
Responding to False Teachers: Titus 1:10-16
This sermon on Titus 1:10-16 discusses the risks posed by false teaching, as well as how to recognize and respond to false teachers.
Doctrine & Duty: Titus 2:1-5
This sermon on Titus 2:1-5 discusses how, in a healthy church, teaching sound doctrine leads to fulfilling our Christian duty.
God’s Grace for Godly Living: Titus 2:6-15
This sermon on Titus 2:6-15 explores how in a healthy Christian (and in a healthy church), godly living is motivated and made possible by God’s grace.
Three Crucial Reminders
In Titus 3:17 we will examine three crucial truths that every believer needs to be reminded of often. As we walk through our passage, we will be given a reminder of how we are to live, a reminder of who we once were, and a reminder of what Christ has done for us.
Devoting Ourselves to Good Works: Titus 3:8-15
In this final sermon in this series on the book of Titus, we’ll look at Paul’s encouragement to devote ourselves to good works, distractions that are enemies of those good works, and Titus’ example of good works.