Doing What is Good
Questions for Study 3
Memory Verse: 2:13
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I. Doing What is Good (1-11)
1. What six things are we instructed to do in verses 1 and 2? Why might these be hard to do? What is one reason that we must not obey authorities? (Acts 4:18-20)
2. Why is remembering our former state important? (3) What happened that our former state ended? (4) Did he save us because of any redeeming good quality in us? (5a) What needed to take place for our new state to begin? (5b) What does this mean?
3. What is true about all true believers? Why? (7) What does justified mean? Why is the teaching of these things so important? (8)
4. What are we, especially Bible teachers tempted to do? (9) Why is this unwise?
5. Instead of getting entangled by arguments and quarrels what simple things are we do do? (10) If a person insists on arguing with us what can we be sure of that person? (11) Is it are duty to teach a person and/or to change a person?
II. Final Remarks (12-15)
6. Why is Paul sending to Titus and what was the purpose? (12; Acts 20:4-5; Eph. 6:21-22; Col. 4:7-9; and 2 Tim. 4:12)
7. Who was Zenas and Apollos and how was Titus to help them (13; Acts 18:24-28; and 1 Cor. 3:6) What can we learn from Titus about hospitality toward fellow believers who are only visiting our congregation?
8. What should we devote ourselves to? What does the fact that it must be learn imply about the sinful nature? Does this mean we should not be self supportive?
9. What does "daily necessities" include? What should we do with income that exceeds our daily necessities? (Luke 16:9-12)
10. How does Paul conclude his letter to Titus? (15)