- Grace appeared – when Jesus Christ came, died, rose, and ascended (v. 11)
- Grace trains us for life – to deny ungodliness and wait for Christ’s return (vv. 12-13)
- Grace is personal – it’s about Jesus who gave himself to redeem us as his people (v. 14)
- Grace speaks – it speaks actively, through people, repeatedly, authoritatively, and inescapably (v. 15)
The grace of God is the reason and motivation for the life we live consistent with sound gospel teaching (Titus 2:1-10). We do well to understand it.
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