Contributed on Apr 20, 2007
In these first 14 verses we receive Paul’s standard greeting of "Grace and peace to you from God our Father," we see Paul’s thankfulness to God or what He is doing in and through the Colossians and we see how Paul prays for the Colossians.
Jesus Christ: Our Source of Hope Colossians 1:1-14 659 “Him, Him, Him” Dr. S. D. Gordon tells of an old Christian woman whose age began to tell on her memory. She had once known much of the Bible by heart. Eventually only one precious bit stayed with her. “I know whom I have believed, and am ...read more
Contributed on Nov 1, 2009
Jesus Christ has supreme authority over everything in heaven and on earth.
Jesus Christ is Supreme Colossians 1:15-23 Last week we began our study of the Book of Colossians and we received the blessing that Paul gave to the Colossians when he said his standard greeting of “Grace and peace to you from God our Father.” It was not Paul’s grace and peace that he offered ...read more
Contributed on Nov 24, 2009
Jesus Christ provides us with our purpose and the power to accomplish our purpose.
Colossians 1:24-2:7 Good morning and welcome to our continuing journey together through the book of Colossians. If you recall, the book of Colossians is actually a letter that Paul wrote while in prison and he wrote it to the Christian Church in Colosse. Paul had never been to Colosse but he ...read more