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14 Apr 2024

Part 1-10 An Inside Out Transformation

Titus 1:1-4

Ps Laurence Lee

Titus is named after one of Paul’s close associates. Together with 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus is one of the three pastoral epistles, since Paul was providing instructions on how to lead a church. When Paul wrote this letter, Titus was the pastor of the church of Crete. Paul writes to address some practical matters that need correction. But he starts with a greeting that reveals who Paul was, as a person. Paul had experienced an inside-out transformation. Here we see three roles of Paul, as a result of being changed by God: servant, apostle, and father in the faith.

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About this series

On the day of Pentecost, Jews from afar returned to Jerusalem for the Passover. They heard the Gospel in their own language and believed in the Lord Jesus (Acts 2:11). Among them were Cretans, who could have been the first believers who formed the church in Crete.
In the Epistle to Titus, Paul gives instructions to his son in the faith Titus who was the pastor of the church of Crete.
The book tells us that those who have trusted in Jesus will experience life transformation: being rooted in sound doctrine, living godly lives and devoting themselves to doing what is good.
In this 10-part series, we will explore each section of this epistle, unpacking its timeless truths and practical applications for our lives today.

Past sermons

Speaker

Ps Denis Lu

Ps Laurence Lee

Year

2022

2021

2020

2019

240519 Choosing Your Identity

Ps Denis Lu

19 May 2024

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Part 4-10 Transformed Womanhood

Ps Laurence Lee

12 May 2024

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Part 3-10 Counterfeit Change

Joel Than

5 May 2024

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Part 2-10 Character Over Competence

Ps Denis Lu

28 Apr 2024

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ACTSordinary

Ps Daniel Lee

21 Apr 2024

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