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THEME: SOUND TEACHING leads to a SOUND FAITH leads to SOUND LIVING.
"Sound" in Greek means 1) to be sound, to be well, to be in good health 2) of Christians whose opinions are free from any mixture of error 2b) of one who keeps the graces and is strong
THEME: SOUND TEACHING leads to a SOUND FAITH leads to SOUND LIVING with a Spirit of Power, Love and Self-Discipline. "Be Strong": The idea the Greek word is showing is to “be strengthened” which is a command that Paul is telling Timothy. These are encouraging words for us today.
THEME: SOUND DOCTRINE and MORAL CHARACTER = Believers that are the Body of Christ. Paul’s short letter to Titus addresses this problem. Titus is to take God's truth to Crete to help resolve some problems in the struggling churches and to help them get a foothold in that pagan culture.
THEME: Solomon the Preacher brings all of his worldly experience and wisdom to bear in this commentary of life lived under the sun. Apart from fellowship with the Eternal God, man chases the wind and wastes his life in a cycle of futility.