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Titus 3:8-11

Titus 3;8-11

In his Commentary on the Book of Titus, John Calvin writes that: Every person who, by his overweening pride, breaks up the unity of the church, is pronounced by Paul to be a "heretic." . . . In a word, heresy . . . and the unity of the Church are things totally opposite to each other. Since the unity of the Church is dear to God, it ought to be held by us in the highes...

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Titus 3:3-5

Titus 3;3-5

A Sunday School teacher once asked her class if they knew the difference between kindness and lovingkindness. One little girl said she knew the difference. She said that kindness is when you ask your mother for some toast and she gives it to you, but lovingkindness is when you ask your mother for some toast and she gives it to you with butter and jam on it. It is when she ...

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Titus 3:1-4

Titus 3;1-4

Throughout the ages, Christians have always had problems with the government. In the early years, they were persecuted by the Roman Empire. In the Middle Ages, they were persecuted by the false church and they suffered injustices like the Spanish Inquisition. And, in our time, our views are largely marginalized and ignored as new laws are passed that support things like sa...

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Titus 2:11-12

Titus 2;11-12

In a 1989 edition of Tabletalk Magazine, R. C. Sproul wrote that: Perhaps the most difficult task for us to perform is to rely on God's grace and God's grace alone for our salvation. It is difficult for our pride to rest on grace. Grace is for other people for beggars. We don't want to live by a heavenly welfare system. We want to earn our own way and atone for our own...

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