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Firmly Rooted Gospel Living

Titus 3:1-8

Pastor Abraham Cremeens

May 13, 2018

We live in a broken world.  We, too, were once broken and lost but God intervened and saved us.  This passage reveals a Gospel living sandwich: Do good in this world (verses 1-2), rely on the Gospel (verses 3-7), do good in this world (verse 8). We have the opportunity to have a significant impact within our various circles of relationships.  Yet, our ability to do so is connected to and empowered by the Gospel. 

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