Summary: This may be the hardest of all the one another commands. However, forgiveness is not only possible it is necessary for us to be the church Christ has called us to be. This sermon examines the practical steps we can take to make forgiveness a reality.
Summary: Encouragement means coming alongside and inputting courage. Where courage has faded away, encouragement is the putting back or refilling of courage. The leaders of the early church gave one man, Barnabas, the nickname "Son of encouragement".
Summary: Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. - Colossians 3:12 We can always humble ourselves in any situation. As God's people we have the grace of God in o ..
Summary: Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. - Colossians 3:13 I remember in one church conference I was visiting, there was a person who I felt uncomfortable to be aroun ..
Summary: Jesus meant for for His church to be unified and we also know the enemy loves to bring division. Since we are to be unified under a blood covenant with Christ, what should our covenant clothing be? Our filthy rags exchanged for His righteousness..
Summary: A unified church can be a powerful influence in the community so naturally our enemy love to create offenses to cause division. Forgiveness as Christ forgave us is a powerful defense against those schemes.
Summary: Sermon 5: This message discusses how there are many different facets and elements to worship; but they all serve to honor and glorify God, and also edify others. When we come into God’s house for worship, “self” should be the last thing on our heart.
Summary: Our relationship with God begins with forgiveness; but forgiveness is at the heart of relationships with fellow Christians. Forgiveness is not a commodity that we receive. It impacts our life to the degree that we want to share what we've received.
Summary: The 1) Position (Colossians 3:9–10a), 2) Progress (Colossians 3:10b), 3) Partnership (Colossians 3:11), 4) Performance (Colossians 3:12–13), and 5) Perfection of the New Person. (Colossians 3:14).