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Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || In Colossians 2:16-19, we learn the importance of clinging to and being dependent on Christ. Sometimes it is easier to follow the crowd or let our conviction be shaped by others instead of Christ. In this sermon, we explore what's at the foundation of our growth.
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || In Colossians 2:11-15, Paul challenges the church to reflect on the many blessings we experience in Christ as a means of protecting our hearts from turning away to faulty substitutes. In this sermon, we explore how we are transformed, forgiven, and victorious through our union with Christ.
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series) || False teaching had begun to take root in Colossae, leading once professing believers in Christ to deny Christ and look for some alternative path. Paul counters this wrong teaching by magnifying the glory of Christ, his sufficient salvation, and the realities of life in Christ. In our world today, when we too face many temptations from various voices claiming to be true, Paul's words to the Colossians remain vital for us as Christians today.
Lord of All (A Study of Colossians) Series || Loving the church and loving the lost are not two separate issues in which we must pick one or the other. Those two things go hand in hand. Just like the husband and wife must love each other well in order to love their children well, Christians must love the church well in order to love the lost well.
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.