TITUS - Week 1: Truth That Leads to Godliness


Week 1: Truth That Leads to Godliness




  1. From Sunday’s sermon, what did you find either most encouraging or most challenging?


  1. Read Titus 1:1-4. Paul identifies himself as “a servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ.” What is your identity?


  1. What unique abilitiesgiftsresources, or experiences might you use to serve the Lord and bring Him glory?


  1. In verses 1-2, Paul states his primary purpose for living.What is your purpose? To what are you committed? Think about this carefully. What do you most want to see fulfilled as a result of your being here on earth?


  1. How does your purpose contribute to God’s purpose?


  1. In verse 4, Paul affirms his relationship with Titus.To whom are you committed? Do you have a true son or daughter in the faith? How are you investing in them?


  1. What difference has knowing the “truth that leads to godliness” made to your life this year?


  1. What passages of the Bible provide you the most assurance for “the hope of eternal life”?


  1. In 2 or 3 sentences, what is the “common faith” shared by Paul, Titus, and us?


Homework: Read the Letter to Titus three times this week.