Chapter 3 concludes Paul’s general statements about church structure and behavior. The Cretan church had become distracted from its witness by getting wrapped up in disputes and fights over divisive and non-essential matters. Paul speaks as a kind father in the faith, giving Titus and the believers in Crete some gracious reminders of how to live and follow Christ.
“Because of His grace He made us right in His sight and gave us confidence that we will inherit eternal life.” (Titus 3:7, NLT)
How does your life exemplify the “right living and good deeds” that sound doctrine promotes?