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Titus 2:15

Titus, chapter 2, verse 15. This verse is part of a more significant passage in which the Apostle Paul instructs Titus, a young Christian leader in Crete, on conducting various groups of people in the church on how to live a godly life.

The verse reads as follows in the New International Version of the Bible:

"Similarly, encourage the young men to be self-controlled. In everything, set them an example by doing what is good. Your teaching shows integrity, seriousness, and soundness of speech that cannot be condemned, so those who oppose you may be ashamed because they have nothing bad to say about us."

The key phrase in this verse is "Set them an example by doing what is good." This reminds Christian leaders and all Christians that it's not enough to tell others how to live a godly life; we must also model that energy ourselves. Our actions often speak louder than words, so we need to be mindful of the example we are setting for others.

The verse also emphasizes the importance of integrity, seriousness, and soundness of speech in our teaching. We must be careful to speak the truth and to do so in a way that is both respectful and persuasive. By doing so, we can help to build up the faith of others and to refute those who oppose us.

Overall, Titus 2:15 is a call to Christian leaders to model a godly life, to teach with integrity and soundness of speech, and to encourage others to do the same.

It's a reminder that our actions and words have a powerful impact on those around us and that we are responsible for using that influence for good.

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