Speaker - Lukus Counterman - Paul encourages Titus to teach various groups in the church about the importance of sound living that accords with sound teaching. It seems as though he deals with every age, gender, and social position present in the congregation, communicating that there is no period or condition of life that is to remain unaffected by the sanctifying influence of the truth. Christian behavior is a natural and necessary result of Christian belief. The transforming truth of the gospel should change the way we live. So, as we look into Titus 2, may the Lord help us answer two key questions about Christian behavior. Namely, what is it, why is it important?