Monday, September 11, 2006

Titus 2 All Over...Again

Yesterday I started teaching a series on Titus 2 in our Sunday School class. I can't even count how many times I've taught this subject matter. And some of my students' faces are mighty familiar as well. One may wonder why they are there once again. But I know, for me, reviewing these basic concepts is not only needed but exciting.

We talked about walking in reverence yesterday -- an opportunity once again to reflect on His overwhelming greatness. As we attempt to depict a God infinite in love, mercy, faithfulness, power, and knowledge (for starters...) we quickly realize that He is incomprehensible to a people who know only boundaries and live with constraints on every side. We will never completely search out His greatness. He is HUGE! IMMENSE! INCREDIBLE! in every way.

Needless to say, by the time I had completed the lesson, I was ready to fall down in worship before Him. He is God. I am not. My heart was given afresh with no hesitation. Is there any other appropriate response?

One can never know Him too much. So back to the basics I gladly go. A bit of review proves to be more than that. It is one more opportunity to get an even bigger glimpse of our awesome and wonderful God.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heard the Titus 2 CD's by John MacArthur? Just listened to them yesterday and was floored. He quotes the founder of planned parenthood and it made me want to vomit. I sure love learning from His word -especially on these topics. Timothy started getting blisters on Thursday. Most are scabbing over but he had some 20 new ones show up yesterday. Don't claim to know much about it, this silly virus, but that's what I can tell you about our little guy!

10:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mrs Sinclair, thankyou so much for making our family dinner. Its such a blessing.

Your family is really miraculous.
I am truly honored to have your family as my dear friends.

I wrote a post about it, I hope you dont mind.


2:37 PM  

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