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Sermons on Colossians

Living out the Gospel: Parents, Children and Workers

In Colossians we see the preeminence of Christ and the powerful change that he brings in believers’ lives. As we live out the gospel we see that this transformation is to be seen clearly and radical in the most intimate of relationships (husband/wife, parent/child, employee/employer). All of this is to be done with prevailing motive of drawing attention to the Lord Jesus…

Timeless Ministry Reminders

Paul’s letter to the Colossians closes with a verbal still shot of those involved in ministry with him at the time. In studying this passage we see timeless truths of gospel ministry that are worth our interaction. Because at the end of the day, if churches are going to be faithful to Christ they must embrace the complexities of ministry with humble…

Living out the Gospel: Evangelism

God floods the affections of his children with the glories of his grace so that we would abound in thankfulness and worship. One of the ways in which we worship him is through the intentional insertion of the gospel into our everyday lives. If we are truly being transformed by this powerful grace then our hearts and tongues will reflect it.

Living out the Gospel: Devoted to Prayer

Prayer is one of the most universally accepted disciplines of the Christian life while at the same time it sadly is one of the most neglected. During the final lap of Paul’s letter to the Colossians he commands all Christians to be ?devoted to prayer?. In the midst of this timeless charge we learn practical and convicting truth about what God-centered priorities…

Living out the Gospel: Making Much of Christ in Marriage

In Colossians we see the preeminence of Christ and the powerful change that he brings in believers’ lives. As we live out the gospel we see that this transformation is to be seen clearly and radical in the most intimate of relationships (husband/wife, parent/child, employee/employer). All of this is to be done with prevailing motive of drawing attention to the Lord Jesus…