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A sensible or reasonable spirit (Tit. 2:2) is a by-product of years of walking with the Lord. I’m thankful for the older sensible men in my life who have helped me see events and people through the eyes of God. Men who know the wise and controlled way to respond to a situation. Men of reason. Men of discernment. Men led by the Spirit and not their fleshly impulses. They are men that realize that they do not always have the answers and that every situation is not “black and white.” They are sensible.

A sensible or reasonable spirit (Tit. 2:2) is a by-product of years of walking with the Lord. I’m thankful for the older sensible men in my life who have helped me see events and people through the eyes of God. Men who know the wise and controlled way to respond to a situation. Men of reason. Men of discernment. Men led by the Spirit and not their fleshly impulses. They are men that realize that they do not always have the answers and that every situation is not “black and white.” They are sensible.    

Reference:  Sermon, Men of Character, Titus 2:2, June 17, 2018.


Author: Randy Smith
Topics: Reasonable
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Sensible, reasonable men are approachable. They are not defensive when confronted. You can discuss things with them without the conversation becoming personal, confrontational, aggressive or argumentative. They think with their biblically informed head and not their fleshly driven feelings. They are able to see beyond their side of the situation. They have as their primary goal the glory of God, even if that comes in their humiliation. They are filled with the Holy Spirit and demonstrate the fruit of self-control.

Sensible, reasonable men are approachable. They are not defensive when confronted. You can discuss things with them without the conversation becoming personal, confrontational, aggressive or argumentative. They think with their biblically informed head and not their fleshly driven feelings. They are able to see beyond their side of the situation. They have as their primary goal the glory of God, even if that comes in their humiliation. They are filled with the Holy Spirit and demonstrate the fruit of self-control.    

Reference:  Sermon, Men of Character, Titus 2:2, June 17, 2018.


Author: Randy Smith
Topics: Reasonable