Sermons on Colossians 3 More sermons: Colossians 3
Forgive One Another
Shared by: Dan Raymond on May, 2016
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.
Series: One Another
Be A Barnabas - A Light Of Encouragement
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Nov, 2015
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".
Bearing with Each other in Long-Suffering
Shared by: Greg Gordon on May, 2015
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 ..
Taking the Next Step in Conflict Resolution
Shared by: Dan Proctor on Apr, 2013
Summary: In this lesson, we will explore biblical principles as to the appropriate way to involve others when seeking to resolve a conflict. Let’s answer three questions:
Shared by: Gary Stebbins on Dec, 2010
Summary: Christmas is a wonderful time of year for many. For some however, the pains that life can make the Christmas season a difficult one. In this series we will be talking about forgiving and being forgiven. (Taken from a series by the same name by Craig Groes
Series: Christmas is For-giving
To Let Go or Not?
Shared by: Shine Thomas on Jul, 2010
Summary: Feelings of hurt and pain are normal parts of everyday life. We all get hurt for various reasons. Can you imagine the days when you could not work normally, you just could not eat well, you were so disturbed and probably even had sleepless nights thinking
Series: Christian Discipline
Let's be spiritually fit !
Shared by: Warner Pidgeon on Jan, 2006
Summary: A short homily for some elderly Christians living in sheltered accomodation. I don’t think I took on board the right amount of spiritual food over the Christmas and New Year period. God is challenging me (and perhaps you!) to be spiritually fit.