Titus 3:1-15

I grow weary of this exercise….I am waiting for this to be over, so I can stop writing down my thoughts on every little thing, but instead focus on what is going on in my head.

Q: According to verse 8, what are we to do in response to what God has done? What are some practical ways that you can “do good deeds” to others today? Be prepared to share your experiences with your small group members when you meet this week.

A: This verse says that we need to devote ourselves to doing what is good. I can’t think of any good deeds that I can do right this very second. I’ve been trying to do good deeds in a practical way around my little corner of the world lately, so I don’t know what else I can do, but I’m open to suggestions. So with that, 3 days down this week 4 more to go.
I’m out, time for class.

  1. I just wanted to post this so you know I’m still reading it. Wouldn’t want you to get all depressed. 🙂

  2. Big Cat,
    I read your blog dated October 29, 2003. Right now, I’m writing a devotion for magazine for Christian writers. I’d like to use your first sentence in my devo. My devotion is about writing for others in clear concise manner, yet how we often have to go with writing what every is in our heads to get to the point.

    The quote I’d like to use is: “I grow weary of this exercise. I am waiting for this to be over so I can stop writing down my thought on every little thing.”

    I would give you credit for the line — either BigCat or your own name.

    May I use this line?

    smithkid aka Dell

  3. Yah, I don’t care if you use what I write, just give me a quick email at bigcat1 AT gmail DOT com, and I’ll send you my info if you need it, if you just need my name it is Ben Catlin.

    Sorry this is so late, but I don’t often go back and check old comments for old posts I made. In fact I only found this one because I was trying to kill some comment spam on some old entries.

    I don’t know if that was exactly my point when I wrote this though. I believe I was getting at the fact that Jim (Egli) who wrote the devotional had repeated the same question like a million times and I was sick of anwering it. But I had committed to blogging my responses to each devotional, so I was forced to write about it.

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