This Bible Study will be a bit different from our normal Bible Study Guides because it covers an entire book of the Bible instead of a chapter or a few verses. If you have time, it may be a great help to read back over the entire book and see what things you didn't notice the first time around. It only takes about 7 minutes to read the entire book of Titus out loud.
What does it say?
- Flip again through the pages of Titus for a few minutes.
- What do you think are some of the most important ideas Paul speaks about?
- Do you notice any repeated themes or ideas throughout the book?
- What commands does Paul give to Titus? What about for others?
- Do you still have questions about anything in the book?
What does it mean?
- How would you outline this book (e.g. what is the structure?)
- Look for connecting words, commands, or subject changes.
- What is the main idea of the book of Titus? Take a few minutes to write a one-sentence summary of the whole book. Compare with others.
- Maybe this was your first time reading the book of Titus, or perhaps it was your 100th.
- What are some new things you have learned?
- What stood out to you the most?
- What events from the book do you think are most relevant for Christians today?
- What was your favorite part of the book?
How should it change us?
- How has this book changed you or challenged you personally?
- What's one verse you can memorize from the book of Titus? (Titus 3:5 might be a good place to start)
- How would you describe a faithful teacher or faithful elder after reading this book?
- How will this change how you look for a church in the future?
- How can you grow yourself in being a faithful teacher to others?
- Pray in light of this passage and about any applications you have made.
- Sing Great is Thy Faithfulness to God and to one another.