Titus is the third pastoral epistle. Paul writes to Titus to put things in the church in order. Paul discussed the roles and qualifications in the church as he did in Timothy. He encourages all to live a lifestyle that glorifies God and to maintain good works.
Philemon is a personal letter written by Paul. He requests that Philemon forgive and receive a slave, Onesimus, that robbed him because he is now saved and profitable to the body of Christ. Paul also told Philemon that he would pay for Onesimus’ debt, to put it on his account.