#1. Paul tells us to always obey our rulers. How does he refer to our governments and leaders? (Titus 3:1-3)

#2. How many times should a man be warned of his heresies before he is rejected as a Christian? (Titus 3:9-11)

#3. Christ saved us, says Paul, not because of our righteousness, but because of what? (Titus 1:10-11)

#4. Servants, or slaves, should serve their masters faithfully. They should never answer back, but what else must they never do? (Titus 2:9-10)

#5. Titus is told by Paul to teach the older men and the younger women to be sober. He also says that younger men should be sober-minded. Which words does he use to discourage the older women from drinking alcohol? (Titus 2:2-6)

#6. A prophet is quoted by Paul as saying that the Cretians were liars, evil beasts and slow... what? (Titus 1:12-14)

#7. The letter begins with Paul asking God to bless his friend, Titus, with grace, mercy and what else? (Titus 1:1-4)

#8. Jesus taught us how to live righteously, says Paul. We should avoid two things; the first is ungodliness, but what is the second? (Titus 2:11-14)

#9. At the end of his letter Paul tells Titus to help Zenas and Apollos with their journey. What is Zenas' occupation? (Titus 3:13-15)

#10. Paul warns Titus of those who teach Jewish laws. He says that such folk are only after what? (Titus 1:10-11)

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