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Titus and 2 Timothy

The letter to Titus and the second letter to Timothy are written to encourage and instruct a couple people who have each recently begun to shepherd a congregation. Paul encourages them to be people of integrity, choose leaders of good character, value the teachings of scripture, teach sound doctrine and refute error. Some of the comments reflect the close personal relationship that Paul had with each of them.


Titus, continued

I. The Letter Opening, 1:1-4

II. The Body of the Letter, 1:5-3:14

A. The purpose (hina, v. 5) for leaving, Titus 5-9

B. The reason (gar, v. 10) for the assignment, 10-16

C. The request of Paul, 2:1-10

1. v. 4 hina "That they may train the young women"

2. v. 5 hina "that the Word of God may not be dishonored" v. 8 hina "that the opponent may be put to shame"

3. v. 10 hina "that they may adorn the doctrine of God"

D. The reason (gar) for Paul's commands, 2:11-15

E. The priority of Good deeds, 3:1-7

F. The conclusion of the body, 3:8-14

G. The closing, 3:15


A. Author. 1:1. 3:10-11, 4:10-11,19-20

B. Reader, Acts 16:1-3, 2 Tim. 4:1,21

C. Date, 4:6-8

D. Historical Setting

E. Purpose & Theme


A. Encouragement for Ministry, 1

B. Directives for Service, 2

C. Warning Concerning Apostasy, 3

D. Charge of the Apostle, 4


A. The Anti-God Attitude, 3:1-9

B. The Persecution of the Faithful, 3:10-13

C. The Sufficiency of the Scriptures, 3:14-17

1. Inspiration

2. Inerrant Infallible

3. Profitable

a. For teaching - Instructing disciples

b. For reproof – Refuting heresy

c. For correction - Setting the confused straight For training – Godly conduct

d. The purpose of Scripture, 17

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