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Titus 2:1-10
As believers, we are to live in a way that glorifies God, because God has justified us by his grace and sanctified us by his mercy.
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Published January 25th, 2016; Updated January 25th, 2016
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Assignment from Phasing Course
Assignment from Phasing Course
NT
Titus 3:1-8
esv
mine
Remind them to be submissive
to rulers and authorities,
Association of 3:1a
to be obedient,
to be ready
for every good work,
Content of 3:1d
to speak evil
of no one,
to avoid quarreling,
to be gentle,
and to show perfect courtesy
toward all people.
Association of 3:2e
For we ourselves were once foolish,
disobedient,
led astray,
slaves
to various passions and pleasures,
Distinction of 3:3d
passing our days
in malice and envy,
Context of 3:3f
hated
by others
Agency of 3:3h
and hating one another.
But when the goodness and loving kindness ... appeared,
of God our Savior
he saved us,
Result of 3:4a
not because of works done
Distinction of 3:5a
by us
Agency of 3:5b
in righteousness,
Manner of 3:5b
but according to his own mercy,
Means of 3:5a
by the washing
Means of 3:5e
of regeneration and renewal
of the Holy Spirit,
whom he poured out ... richly
on us
Association of 3:6a
through Jesus Christ our Savior,
Agency/Means of 3:6a
so that being justified
Advantage of 3:5a
by his grace
Means of 3:7a
we might become heirs
Result of 3:7a
according to the hope
Content of 3:7c
of eternal life.
The saying is trustworthy,
and I want you to insist
Ground of 3:8a
on these things,
Content of 3:8b
so that those ... may be careful
Purpose of 3:8b
who have believed
in God
Context of 3:8c
to devote themselves
to good works.
Content of 3:8g
These things are excellent
and profitable
for people.
Association of 3:8i
phrasing
1448825369182 Assignment from Phasing Course 1448951769 1449339336 NT 56 3 1 3 8 Titus 3:1-8 esv mine 0 1 56003001 Remind them to be submissive 0 56003001 0 56003001 1 to rulers and authorities, 5 5 1 7 Association of 3:1a 1 to be obedient, 3 3 1 to be ready 3 3 1 for every good work, 5 5 1 7 Content of 3:1d 1 56003002 to speak evil 3 56003002 3 56003002 1 of no one, 6 6 1 to avoid quarreling, 3 3 1 to be gentle, 3 3 1 and to show perfect courtesy 3 3 1 toward all people. 6 6 1 7 Association of 3:2e 1 0 0 1 56003003 For we ourselves were once foolish, 0 56003003 0 56003003 1 disobedient, 4 4 1 led astray, 4 4 1 slaves 4 4 1 to various passions and pleasures, 5 5 1 7 Distinction of 3:3d 1 passing our days 4 4 1 in malice and envy, 6 6 1 7 Context of 3:3f 1 hated 4 4 1 by others 5 5 1 7 Agency of 3:3h 1 and hating one another. 4 4 1 0 0 1 56003004 But when the goodness and loving kindness ... appeared, 0 56003004 0 56003004 1 of God our Savior 6 1 4 1 56003005 he saved us, 2 56003005 2 56003005 1 7 Result of 3:4a 1 not because of works done 3 3 1 7 Distinction of 3:5a 1 by us 5 5 1 7 Agency of 3:5b 1 in righteousness, 5 5 1 7 Manner of 3:5b 1 but according to his own mercy, 3 3 1 7 Means of 3:5a 1 by the washing 4 4 1 7 Means of 3:5e 1 of regeneration and renewal 7 7 1 of the Holy Spirit, 11 11 1 56003006 whom he poured out ... richly 13 56003006 13 56003006 1 on us 15 5 13 1 7 Association of 3:6a 1 through Jesus Christ our Savior, 15 15 1 7 Agency/Means of 3:6a 1 0 13 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 56003007 so that being justified 3 56003007 3 56003007 1 7 Advantage of 3:5a 1 by his grace 5 5 1 7 Means of 3:7a 1 we might become heirs 5 5 1 7 Result of 3:7a 1 according to the hope 7 7 1 7 Content of 3:7c 1 of eternal life. 11 11 1 0 0 1 56003008 The saying is trustworthy, 0 56003008 0 56003008 1 and I want you to insist 2 2 1 7 Ground of 3:8a 1 on these things, 4 4 1 7 Content of 3:8b 1 so that those ... may be careful 4 4 1 7 Purpose of 3:8b 1 who have believed 6 35 4 1 in God 8 35 6 1 7 Context of 3:8c 1 to devote themselves 8 8 1 to good works. 11 11 1 7 Content of 3:8g 1 These things are excellent 0 0 1 and profitable 3 3 1 for people. 5 5 1 7 Association of 3:8i 1.00090744102 2 12 18 9 5 7 1 phrasing 11448951770420
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