Las palabras Buenas Obras son claves en Tito. Cuando habla de “buenas obras” no está tratando obras para la Salvación que es sólo por la fe, sino de buenas obras como el resultado de la Salvación que el creyente ya tiene.
Tito es un libro corto, pero sin embargo en una manera sencilla muestra como debemos “en todo [adornar] la doctrina de Dios nuestro Salvador”, (2:10).
Tamaño: 5" x 7.75"
Formato: libro de bolsillo
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – El Saludo de Pablo
Chapter 2 – Ancianos en la Iglesia
Chapter 3 – ¿Cuales son las Funciones de los Ancianos?
Chapter 4 – Reconociendo a los Ancianos
Chapter 5 – Los Requisitos para un Anciano
Chapter 6 – Peligros y Advertencias
Chapter 7 – Creyentes de Edad Avanzada y Sus Actividades
Chapter 8 – Para Jovenes, Tito Mismo y Siervos
Chapter 9 – La Gradia de Dios
Chapter 10 – La Venida de Jesucristo
Chapter 11 – La Vida Cristiana En Practica
Chapter 12 – Herederos de la Vida Eterna
Chapter 13 – Ocupandose en Buenas Obras
Chapter 14 – Instucciones y Salutaciones
Between the two imprisonments in Rome, Paul, in company with his son in the faith Titus, visited Crete. The churches lacked proper organization and for this reason Paul asked Titus to remain there to straighten out what was left unfinished, and to appoint elders in every town, (1:5-11). The lack of good spiritual leadership had left the church with moral and social problems, as well as disorderly Christian conduct, (1:10-16). The letter to Titus, like the two to Timothy, is a pastoral epistle full of straightforward instructions for the leaders and the order that should be seen in a local church.
The words, “Good Works” appear frequently and are a key to the epistle. When Paul speaks of good works he is not referring to works for salvation as that is only by faith, but rather the good works which are a result of the salvation the believer already enjoys.
Titus is a short book, but nevertheless, it is really practical and it gives us guidelines as to how we can “make the teaching about God our Savior attractive,” (2:10).
Author info: Ian Taylor, a native Australian, has served the Lord in church-planting, teaching, printing, and publishing ministries across three continents. After 20 years in Colombia as a commended missionary, he moved to the U.S. to help establish a Spanish literature ministry and start an assembly among the Spanish-speaking Hispanics of West Palm Beach, Florida. Ian now lives in Kenosha, Wisconsin where he serves as an elder at Grace Bible Chapel and enjoys an itinerant preaching ministry.