This is an excellent explanation about being an encourager and what Titus was accomplishing for God’s will. It does come down to being a good example for others so that what good exudes from our heart of hearts through Jesus Christ will rub off on others. If more people would be brave and selfless like you mentioned and do this then many things would improve dramatically! But in this fast paced materialistic narcissistic hurry and get what I can for me kind of world; sadly this message is being suppressed and even lost to the mob mentality and sheer indifference or apathy!
You certainly are an encourager coming out with this excellent statement and projection of your own heart into the world of near chaos to say I’m doing different than the “fray” and will be a “ray of hope;” a beacon that sends out the right message like a lighthouse guiding the weary on the tossed sea in their ships; helping them to make it to their destination and back home!
God bless you and yours.
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
“…our flesh had no rest, but we were troubled on every side; without were fightings, within were fears. Nevertheless God, that comforteth those that are cast down, comforted us by the coming of Titus;”
I have this verse underlined in my Bible because at one time the words, “our flesh had no rest, troubled on every side, fightings and fears” aptly described what was going on in my heart. And it was a help to me to read that “NEVERTHELESS GOD…comforted us”. If God comforted Paul, then I could trust that He would do the same for me.
But a few weeks a go, I took notice of the rest of the verse. “Comforted us by the coming of Titus.” And I thought, I don’t really know who Titus was. But here Paul said His flesh had no rest. He was deeply discouraged and in a low place. Around him…
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