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Under New Management

Colossians 2:6 is the perfect text to show us that the modern day evangelist’s altar call, inviti...

Colossians 2:6 is the perfect text to show us that the modern day evangelist’s altar call, inviting us to “receive Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior” is actually quite blasphemous! Treating this passage correctly, the difference is in the details. To “receive” is not to receive the individual, the Son of God, but rather to receive the message, the good news of Jesus Christ: that new management has come to help us start walking, keep walking, and stay connected by faith as we are on the path...

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Stay in the Word, Lest Any Man Beguile You

The deception of those that would twist the word of God with enticing words was a problem in the ...

The deception of those that would twist the word of God with enticing words was a problem in the early church and still continues today. It is very easy to be beguiled by false teaching that sounds reasonable and persuasive. The safeguard is to stay connected to Christ through the Word and remain steadfast in your faith. Colossians 2:4-5. Disc 2 in the current series: Colossians Chapter 2. VF-2277

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Jesus Is the Firstborn of All Creation

Studying the use of the Greek word prototokos, being translated “firstborn” in Colossians 1:15, w...

Studying the use of the Greek word prototokos, being translated “firstborn” in Colossians 1:15, we see that it is impossible to conclude that Jesus is a created being. Rather, He is the first of His kind, firstborn of all creation to be raised up from the dead. He set the pattern for those who follow Him by faith, which means we will follow after Him in that same way! Colossians 1:15-16.  Disc 12 of the current series: Colossians Chapter 1. VF-2265

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Christian Unity: Knit Together in God's Love

The body of Christ is supposed to be knit together in love, not ripped apart. Without being knit ...

The body of Christ is supposed to be knit together in love, not ripped apart. Without being knit together in Christ's love, the church cannot survive. Paul addressed the Colossians with pastoral concern, reminding them to focus back on Christ and to be knit together in the agape love of God. When the problems come, this love of God through Christ should be our common bond. Christ is the unifying force. Colossians 2:1-3. Disc 1 in the current series: Colossians Chapter 2. VF-2276

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The Mystery of Salvation in Christ

The word “mystery”, if we understand its Biblical use and more specifically its use by the apostl...

The word “mystery”, if we understand its Biblical use and more specifically its use by the apostle Paul in the book of Colossians, is not something cryptic that we can’t know or understand; it’s revealed in the person and work of Jesus Christ: the mind-boggling thing that we can be saved by something that happened over 2,000 years ago! Colossians 1:24-29.  Disc 22 in the current series: Colossians. VF-2275  

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Paul: Made a Minister by God

There is only one ministry in the church, and that is being a servant of God. God is the one who ...

There is only one ministry in the church, and that is being a servant of God. God is the one who makes men and women into ministers; we do not choose it ourselves, and we are not to judge His choice.  Paul suffered afflictions for his association with Christ and the preaching of the Word, but he rejoiced.  Suffering is part of the process of being made into a man or woman of God.  Colossians 1:23-25. Disc 21 in the current series: Colossians. VF-2274

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