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The final words of Colossians call us to receive what is written by Paul about Christ, to remember the chains of Paul because they are for Christ, and to rejoice in the grace of God which is in Christ. This is a fitting conclusion to...

The names mentioned at the end of Colossians reveal that the church of Jesus Christ is a diverse and unified, redeemed and reconciled, gifted group of average people who each contribute to work of the kingdom of God. We find ourselves in this list of...

To be in Christ is the transforming reality that makes our normal relationships and interactions not merely better, but new. Christ in us is the hope of glory, and the guide for living. Text: Colossians 3:17-4:1

The mouth speaks from what fills the heart. The Christian congregation is so saturated with the message of Christ that helpful words are spoken to each other, and words of thanksgiving are sung to God. The healthy and helpful congregation is a place of new...

Christians are in a new state of peace with God because Christ has removed our sin and reconciled us to him. This new peace is now the arbiter within, settling issues in our hearts and in the church. In Christ we have peace with God...

The life of a Christian is the life of the new self. Our new nature is expressed in the new qualities of love. We love as Christ has loved us. Text: Colossians 3:1-14

Christians have a new way to die. As those who by faith in Christ have died to sin and have been raised to new life, we now die daily to the sin lurking in our hearts. Text: Colossians 3:1-14

The healthy and helpful church watches the world they engage with by approaching God in prayer, and approaching people about God. Text: Colossians 4:2-6

Christians now have a new orientation toward Christ. We are called to set our minds on the grace and glory of Christ. This new mindset directs our practical living in every area of life. Text: Colossians 3:1-4

We are always new Christians and a new congregation. Our new life in Christ is based on our union with him. We are united with Christ in his death, his resurrection, his current life with the Father, and his future return in glory. Text: Colossians...

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