Sermons on Colossians
Colossians 2:8 The devil will do all he can to deceive you, so hold fast to Jesus and His truth.
Colossians 3:16 The Spirit will make you more like Jesus the more His Word lives in you.
Colossians 3:1-17 As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we are responsible before God for our thought-lives. In this message, we review many Scriptures that instruct (and even command us) us how to think and what to think about. We see that our focus is to be on Christ,
Colossians 3:5-11 We are commanded to put off all sin, but why? Why must it be all or nothing? *Because sin is idolatry. *Because it brings God’s wrath. *Because it steals precious time
Colossians 3:1-3 If your eyes have been opened to see the reality of what God has promised, and your hearts have been filled with the desire for them, your thoughts will continually be of heaven. Fix your mind on heaven and your life will go that direction.
Colossians 1:19-20 The Father, out of His great love, sent Jesus His Son into the world to save; Jesus, out of His great love for the Father and for man, was willing to become a man to lay down His life.
Colossians 1:9-10 This time we consider that Christians should be knowledgeable – but not possessing the head knowledge that anyone in the world may have. Rather, believers may possess and grow in a spiritual heart knowledge.
Colossians 4:5-6 This evening, we consider that we’re not the only ones we should be concerned about in this race towards heaven – we also need to be concerned about those outside the church.
Colossians 1:15-20 In this passage, Paul describes the Lord Jesus Christ in the most exalted and elevated of language, declaring His glory as God over all things. The focus is particularly on Jesus as Lord of creation and Jesus as Lord of salvation.
Colossians 1:3-8 Christ became His people’s hope when He died on the cross and rose from the dead. This is the hope of eternal life and does not disappoint. The result of having this hope is both faith and love for the children of God.
Colossians 1:9-14 Examining Paul’s prayer for the Colossians, we discover some of the spiritual concerns that should feature in our own prayers.
Colossians 1:1-2 The opening statement by Paul of the book of Colossians contains much more than may appear at first sight. We consider the author who introduces himself to us and the recipients he is addressing before reflecting on the twin blessings he desires for them