Exhort servants to be obedient - The apostle refers to those who were slaves, and the property of their masters; even these are exhorted to be obedient , to their own despots, though they had no right over them on the ground of natural justice.
Please them well in all things - They were to endeavor to do this in all things, though they could not hope to succeed in every thing.
Not answering again - · Not contradicting or gainsaying. This is no part of a servant' s duty; a servant is hired to do his master' s work, and this his master has a right to appoint.
Other Adam Clarke entries containing Titus 2:9:
1 Peter 2:18
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