Titus

David Guzik Sermons on Titus

Video and Audio Teaching Through Titus

Introduction

After Paul’s release from his Roman imprisonment described in the final chapters of the Book of Acts, he had something of an evangelistic, church-planting campaign on the Mediterranean island of Crete. When Paul was finished, he left Titus behind to strengthen, organize, and order the Christian communities all over the island.

Titus is Paul’s Letter to a Fellow Pastor

David Guzik explains Paul’s letter to Titus, verse-by-verse and chapter-by-chapter. David explains the major themes of the books and gives practical application from a verse-by-verse look at what the Bible says.

Titus is part of the letters of the New Testament sometimes called the Pastoral Epistles (or letters). This is because 1-2 Timothy and Titus were all letters that Paul wrote to pastors or leaders in the early church. However, God has something important to say to all believers through these letters.

2 Timothy

David Guzik Sermons on 2 Timothy

Video and Audio Teaching Through 2 Timothy

Introduction

2 Timothy is the Apostle Paul’s dramatic letter from a Roman prison to his younger associate Timothy. Paul knew that it might be any day that he was executed for his loyalty to Jesus Christ, so he wrote to Timothy about important and needful matters.

2 Timothy is Paul’s Last Letter

In this chapter-by-chapter teaching through the book of 2 Timothy, David Guzik explains the major themes of the books and gives practical application from a verse-by-verse look at what the Bible says.

2 Timothy is part of the letters of the New Testament sometimes called the Pastoral Epistles (or letters). This is because 1-2 Timothy and Titus were all letters that Paul wrote to pastors or leaders in the early church. However, God has something important to say to all believers through these letters.

About the Man Timothy

The Book of Acts tells us that Timothy came from Lystra, a city in the province of Galatia (16:1-3). He was the son of a Greek father (16:2) and a Jewish mother named Eunice (2 Timothy 2:5). His mother and grandmother taught him the Scriptures from the time of Timothy’s youth (2 Timothy 1:53:15).

Paul could consider Timothy a true son in the faith because he probably led him and his mother to faith in Jesus on Paul’s first missionary journey (Acts 14:8-20 and 16:1). This also expressed Paul’s confidence in Timothy’s integrity and faithfulness to the truth.