Category Archives: Titus

Receiving A Kingdom

As they neared Jerusalem, His disciples thought the kingdom of God was “to appear immediately.” And so, Jesus told them a story about a noblemen who went away to receive a kingdom (Luke 19:11-12). It was so far from what … Continue reading

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The Reno

The gospel is multi-faceted. Not that there are many gospels . . . there’s only one “good news” needed to be believed and received by a lost world. But in that good news there are many dimensions. Christ Jesus came … Continue reading

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Worth Waiting For!

I missed one. Last week I was asking, “Who’s Your Savior?” I said that in Titus the term “our Savior” was found five times . . . that three times God was identified as “our Savior” and that twice “our … Continue reading

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Who’s My Savior?

It was put on my radar years and years ago. And like a familiar landmark, every time I’m “in the neighborhood” I look forward to taking note of it again. It’s kind of like Mt. Rainer around here, when it’s … Continue reading

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Who’s My Savior?

Titus has got to be one of the “unsung hero” books of the Bible. Don’t recall hearing it preached on very often. Don’t really remember ever entering into a deep discussion about the gems contained in this part of God’s … Continue reading

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Move That Bus!

I’m guessing that most of us have seen the television show “Extreme Makeover” at least once or twice. Pretty simple formula driving this “reality” TV series. Family enduring hard times cries out to the ABC producers to come and help … Continue reading

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Dressing Up the Word

It’s been my experience that, for a certain segment of the body of Christ, the word “doctrine” is like a cold shower . . . it just shuts them down. Mention doctrine and they think academia . . . focus … Continue reading

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