Blameless men

Paul left Titus on the Island of Crete to set the church in order, which included appointing elders, and Paul gave a brief description of the kind of man who would serve as an elder,

“if a man is blameless, the husband of one wife, having faithful children not accused of dissipation or insubordination” (Titus 1:6).

Such a man needs to be the kind that no one would question his Christianity. Yes, he sins as we all do, but he does not live a life of sin, and if someone were to charge him with such, no one would believe it.

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