Sermon Series
  • 1. Being Smart About God's Will

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2008
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    Knowledge of the Gospel, love for others and prayer are the keys to coming to know God’s will for our lives -- then we must act on it in order to please Him.

    Being Smart about God’s Will Love and wisdom; God and you Colossians 1:9-12 The Colossians had experienced hope. The Gospel delivered to them had presented them with the promise of the kingdom and that promise had given them hope, which in turn gave rise to active faith and love. This faith more

  • 2. Who Is Jesus? Who Are You?

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2008
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    Paul is telling us, "Jesus is Creator God and head of the Church." Who we have been and who we become are both relevant to this single, important fact.

    Who is Jesus? Who are You? Love and wisdom, God and you Colossians 1:13 – 23 The passage answers two questions: • Most importantly, who is Jesus? • Then, as a result of His identity, who am I? The passage begins and ends with an assessment of who the Colossians were compared with who they more

  • 3. Contending For Our Fellow Contenders

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2008

    The mystery of the Gospel, according to Paul, is the Holy Spirit living in Gentile believers, bringing hope. We must struggle, like Paul, to communicate the value of that truth to the world and to the Church.

    Contending for our fellow contenders Love and Wisdom, God and you Colossians 1:24 – 2:5 The Bible is full of mystery. At different times, through different servants, God illuminated the mystery so that it could be better understood as the need arose. Paul sees himself as one of these servants. more

  • 4. A Godly Household

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2008
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    What a believer looks like at home is at the same time the most accurate and difficult measure of our walk with God.

    A Godly household Love and Wisdom; God and you Colossians 3:18–4:1 Paul was sending a slave back to his master, and he was concerned that Philemon’s gracious treatment and this slave’s escape and rebellion not be seen by other slaves as an opportunity to copy Onesimus’ earlier, rebellious more