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“Let your teaching be so correct that it can’t be criticized. Then those who want to argue will be ashamed because they won’t have anything bad to say about us, “ Titus 2:8.
Paul counseled Titus to be sensible and logical or reasonable in his conversation, to avoid criticism. Such conversation comes from careful Bible study and listening before speaking. If we are impulsive, unreasonable, and confusing, we are likely to start arguments rather than to convince people of the truth. Don’t be known as one who starts arguments or spreads mistruths about others. Be thoughtful. Father, help us treat others as you would and keep our thoughts on the positive side of our faith. Amen

Author: Ed Simpson

Bro. Ed has served as the pastor of Calvary since September of 1997.