Titus & Philemon
Paperback, 196 Pages, 15 Chapters
This is an expositional study on Titus and Philemon. Within the book of Titus, Paul will deal with the servant; his commissioning and his challenge, and the saints; their character, their chastening, and their conversation. Titus will set forth the qualifications for leadership while magnifying the qualities that are to be prevalent in laity. The book of Philemon is a personal letter written by the Apostle Paul to Philemon, a friend and companion in the work. The purpose of the letter is to help reinstate Philemon’s rebel servant, that has been converted and desires to be in a proper relationship with his master. The letter pictures for us the work of Christ to reconcile rebellious sinners to a proper relationship with a Righteous and Holy God.