Paul, a servant of God, and an apostle of Jesus Christ, according to the faith of God’s elect, and the knowledge of the truth which is according to godliness
The verse Titus, 1:1 of the chapter 1 that presents us with the version 'American Standard Version' of the Bible is very interesting to carry out a reflective reading and try to deepen the wisdom of its words. What did God want to tell us with the verse Titus, 1:1? The chapter 1 consists of 16 of verses, which can help to contextualize and offer better references to understand what the Father wants to tell us in the verse Titus, 1:1.
Despite everything, no word written in the Bible is superfluous. No word is missing. The word of the Lord is found in the Holy Scriptures, either in the 'American Standard Version' or in any other version of the Bible. Therefore, reflecting on the verse Titus, 1:1 of the chapter 1 of the book Titus, helps us to be better Christians and to get closer to God. It is good to turn to the verse Titus, 1:1 on all those occasions when it can serve as a guide to know how to act or to bring peace to our hearts.