Jesus Changes Everything
In the “end credits”, Paul finishes the letter by highlighting the personal and corporate faithfulness of the Colossians. We’ll see Jesus’ faithfulness and how His Spirit enables us to find and fulfill our role in the Kingdom of God.
In this sermon Paul exhorts the church in Colossae to continue steadfastly in their relationship with God being watchful and worshipful in it. His plea to the church is to not waste your life, when it comes to the opportunities God has has given them to Make Jesus Known.
In this sermon we finish chapter 3 by examining the ways Paul calls all believers to live their salvation life out within their relational contexts.
What If marriage is not about finding the right person but about becoming the right person? In this sermon, we look at the good God is doing in us through our marriage and how we can love our spouses not to change them for our own selfish desires but to love them as Jesus loves us. We also unpack the gift of a submissive wife and the goal of a loving husband.
In this sermon, Paul discusses how Jesus impacts, and changes the way Christians think about, and do relationships. We also look at how we can practically treat and love others the way Jesus has treated and loved us. Lastly, in this passage Paul gives us a glimpse into how the early church loved and taught one another through singing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, unpacking why we sing and what we should sing about.
In this weeks sermon we look at three of the four actions Paul charges believers with, in order for them to more fully partake of the salvation life that Jesus has purchased.
In this sermon we unpack the dangers of legalism and how holding fast to Jesus can help us usurp it from our lives.
In this sermon Paul addresses how we are to navigate rightly as well as be guarded against the waves of the cultural pressures, false philosophies of the day, and misguided -demonic spiritualities. He does this by reminding us who we are in Christ and all that Jesus is for us.
In this sermon, Paul unpacks what we need to know about the "toil" that is the Christian life. How we we can rejoice and suffering as we pursue Jesus and the good of others, as well as how to embrace the stewardship God has given us . Lastly, Paul unpacks the mystery hidden for ages and generations, of Christ in us, the hope of glory!
As we continue on this week working through Colossians, we’ll examine Paul’s presentation of Christ and discuss how the level of hope we can have is directly related to who we say Jesus is.
As we continue on in our study through the book of Colossians, we’ll be taking a look at the false teaching that was present in the church and discussing how similar threats are prevalent today. Through examining the 5 points of Paul’s prayer we will see the hope that Paul presents for the church both then and now.
In this message we unpack the three ways God was working in the church at Colossae. Their identity is in Christ, their hope in heaven was producing faith and love and they were being changed by power of the Gospel.
A church's identity
A church's hope
A church's power