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Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || Frederick Booth-Tucker, missionary to India, traveled from village to village barefoot preaching the gospel. The blisters and scars he developed on the bottoms of his feet would eventually lead to an opportunity to proclaim the gospel to a previously resistant group, leading to many being saved. Colossians 1:24-29 reminds us that often times God will supplement the proclamation of His Word with the suffering of His people in order to make His Word fully known.
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || How are we to understand a verse like Colossians 1:23? Does it teach us that salvation can be lost? Does it contradict verses like Philippians 1:6 and Romans 8:38-39? Or perhaps, do all these verses go hand in hand because they are the inspired Word of God?
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || In Colossians 1:15-20 Paul gives us a deep and theologically rich explanation of who Jesus is. And through these verses we are reminded of the supremacy of Christ. We are reminded it's all about Him. Everything revolves around Him. That's why we must keep Him at the center of the gospel. If we remove Jesus from the gospel, we are left with false gospels.
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || In Colossians 1:10 we hear the call that we are to walk in a manner worthy of the Lord. And in verse 9 we are reminded that process starts and must be rooted in prayer.
Lord of All (A Study through Colossians) series || DA Carson describes the progression of a dying church as this: 1 generation believes and upholds the gospel, the next generation assumes the gospel, and the following generation confuses and denies the gospel. Understanding and proclaiming the gospel is a vital part of the Christian and church's life. Therefore, it's good to regularly remind ourselves what the gospel is (and isn't). In Colossians 1:5-8 we see 4 things the gospel is not.