Manifest: How we see God (Titus 1:1 - 4)
- Josh Reich
- Oct 29, 2011
- Series: Manifest
What does your life say about the gospel? Do people look at your life and think, "There's something different about their life. They live by a different standard, a different set of goals, dreams." Or do they see someone much like themselves: Living for themselves, their comfort, seeking to control their life, pursuing the American dream. These are some of the questions we'll encounter in the short New Testament letter, Titus. In it, the apostle Paul writes to Titus, one of his protege's and shares with him how to lead a young and growing church. Much like Revolution, Titus is a young church planter, in a city and he is striving to lead a community of people to be on mission to that city. To saturate that city with the gospel instead of the city saturating the church with their gospel.
God is a God that draws people to himself through the lives of those who've been changed by the gospel.
- The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Tim Keller
- Memorize 1 Timothy 1:16 - 17
- Do this week's 10+10 questions