For this reason I left you in Crete, that you would set in order what remains and appoint elders in every city as I directed you,
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Material Using this Verse
Background information on the date and circumstance surrounding the writing of this epistle by Paul, the apostle.
Prime 34 min
Paul recounts his own personal history of faith and early work as a missionary establishing churches throughout the Roman Empire. He also describes an important confrontation with another Apostle over the very issues that existed in the Galatian church.
Prime 41 min
In this initial lesson, Mike reviews the background information about Timothy himself, the church where he served as evangelist and the issue that moved Paul to write this letter to his young protégé, Timothy.
Prime 36 min
Mike traces out the beginning and completion of Paul's first missionary journey with the many interesting and challenging stops along the way. (Acts 13:1-15:35)
Prime 41 min
Mike reviews the history, author, recipient and context in which the letter to Titus was written. (Titus 1:1-4)
Prime 29 min
As the title suggests this lesson will briefly look at what type of men should have the important responsibility of church leadership. (I Timothy 3:1-7)
Prime 45 min
Paul continues describing the standard of living that flows from Jesus' teaching and adds a final feature of that design - an ordered society. (Colossians 3:22-4:18)
Prime 28 min
Paul returns to Jerusalem where he is arrested and a long period of confinement in various locations begins. (Acts 21:15-23:11)
Prime 39 min
In this section, Paul provides more information concerning the qualifications necessary for church leadership and the type of challenge these men will face as leaders. (Titus 1:5-16)
Prime 37 min