Paul commissions Titus to show how the good news of Jesus can transform Cretan culture from within. Paul’s letter to Titus urged him to remind Cretan believers that while they live in a sinful culture, they can be transformed into a new humanity by the same grace that Jesus demonstrated when he died to redeem them.
This Sunday we'll be starting a new sermon series which will be focusing on the book of Titus. This book challenges us as believers to live a godly way in an ungodly world. Paul writes about the responsibility that comes with being a servant of God, the requirements of being an Elder, as well as the behaviour that is deemed as acceptable before God. Question is, how do we lead a godly life and most importantly, how do we please God?
Read this week’s Bible passage: Titus 1:1-9 [NIV]
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This Sunday we'll be breaking bread together and we invite you to join us for our Holy Communion service.
If you're unable to meet in person, you are welcome to join our online service which will be featuring the previous week's live sermon, premiering on Sunday at 9 AM (CAT). Watch it here on YouTube or Facebook<-- Click on the links to tune in for the premiere.
Jeremiah's calling, whilst unique, speaks to God's call on each of our lives: a call that gives us meaning, purpose, and courage for the journey ahead, in all the ups and downs, and twists and turns that we may encounter in life.
Whatever hesitations or misgivings you might have about these uncertainties on the path of obedience, Jeremiah's story shows us that God is ever-present and sovereign over all. He knows us through and through, He knows the purposes for which He has made us, and we can therefore rest assured that He will also equip us to do all that His will and His Word requires of us.
Read this week’s Bible passage: Jeremiah 1:4-10 [NIV]