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What was Paul’s purpose in his service to God?

His purpose was to establish the faith of God’s chosen people and to establish the knowledge of the truth.

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When did God promise everlasting life to his chosen people?

He promised it to them before all the ages of time.

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1:2

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Does God lie?

No.

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1:3

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To whom did God entrust his proclamation at the right time?

God entrusted it to the apostle Paul.

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1:4

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What was the relationship between Titus and Paul?

Titus was like a true son to Paul because of their common faith.

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1:6

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What must an elder’s wife and children be like?

He must be the husband of one wife and have faithful children who are not accused of reckless behavior or rebellion.

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1:7

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What are some of the character traits that an elder must avoid in order to be blameless?

He must not be arrogant or easily angered or addicted to wine or a brawler or greedy.

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1:7

utuv

What position and responsibility does an overseer have in God’s household?

He is like God’s household manager.

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1:8

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What good qualities should an elder have?

An elder should be hospitable, a friend of what is good, sensible, righteous, holy, and self-controlled.

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1:9

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What must an elder’s attitude be toward the message that he was taught?

He must hold tightly to it, and thus, be able to encourage and rebuke others.

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1:11

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What were the false teachers doing by their teaching?

They were upsetting whole households.

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1:11

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What did the false teachers want?

They wanted shameful profit.

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1:13

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How should an elder treat these false teachers who damage the church?

He must rebuke them severely so they might be sound in the faith.

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1:14

l4re

To what did Paul say they should not pay attention?

They should not pay attention to Jewish myths and to commandments of men.

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1:15

n9lr

In an unbelieving man, what is corrupted?

Both his mind and conscience are corrupted.

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Although the corrupted man professes to know God, how does he deny him?

He denies God through his actions.

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2:2

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What are some characteristics that older men in the church should have?

They should be temperate, dignified, sensible, and sound in faith, in love, and in perseverance.

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2:3

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What are some characteristics that older women in the church should have?

They should be reverent, sober, not be slanderers, be teachers of what is good.

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2:4

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What should the older women teach the younger women to do?

They should teach them to love and obey their husbands, and to love their children.

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2:7

jlut

How should Titus present himself as an example of good works?

In his teaching, he should be uncorrupted, act with dignity, and deliver a sound message that is above criticism.

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2:8

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What will happen to those who oppose Titus if he is a good example?

Those who oppose him will be ashamed because they have nothing bad to say about him.

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2:9

v4mn

How are slaves who are believers to behave?

They are to obey their masters, be pleasing, and should not argue.

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2:10

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When Christian slaves behave as Paul has instructed, what effect will that have on others?

It will bring credit to the teaching about God our Savior.

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2:11

n5o4

Who can the grace of God save?

The grace of God can save everyone.

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2:12

o3ri

What does the grace of God train us to reject?

The grace of God trains us to reject godlessness and worldly passions.

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2:13

ytj1

What future event do believers look forward to receiving?

Believers look forward to receiving the blessed hope: the appearance of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ.

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2:14

fk1b

Why did Jesus give himself for us?

He gave himself in order to redeem us from lawlessness and to purify for himself a people who are zealous to do good works.

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3:1

i6ns

What should the believer’s attitude be toward rulers and authorities?

The believer should submit to them and obey them, and be ready for every good work.

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3:3

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What leads unbelievers astray and enslaves them?

Their various passions and pleasures lead them astray and enslave them.

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3:5

cerb

Through what means did God save us?

He saved us through the washing of new birth and renewal by the Holy Spirit.

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3:5

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Are we saved because of good works which we have done or because of God’s mercy?

We are saved only because of God’s mercy.

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3:7

tclv

After he justifies us, what does God make us to become?

God makes us become his heirs.

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3:8

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What should believers be careful to do?

Believers should be careful to do the good works.

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3:9

lgio

What should believers avoid?

Believers should avoid foolish debates, genealogies, strife, and conflict about religious law.

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3:10

lapn

Who should we reject after one or two warnings?

We should reject a divisive person.

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3:14

i5lu

What must believers engage themselves in so that they will be fruitful?

Believers must learn to engage themselves in doing good works that provide for essential needs.