In today’s message we conclude the book of Colossians. In Paul’s closing to the Colossians he encourages his fellow believers to apply the things he has covered. We also get to hear testimony from a brother and witness his baptism.
We further our study of Colossians today with a look at prayer and what our prayer life should look like as a follower of Jesus Christ.
Today we look at scripture from Colossians 3:22-4:1 and Ephesians 6:5-9, to help identify what Christian behavior should look like in the work place.
In Colossians 3:21, and other scripture, we take a look at the father/parent’s role in training their children. It is the parent’s responsibility to train their children through loving discipline and reproof and not provoke them to anger. We apologize for not having audio. We experienced some technical difficulties.
Today we continue from last weeks lesson on putting off the old self. In Colossians 3:8-11 we deal with the anger side of our old practices. They must be put off, washed off, with the blood of Jesus, to put on the new self.
Today we study Colossians 3:5-10. When we place our faith in Jesus Christ we are led to put to death what is earthly in us and put on the new self that is cloaked in righteousness by Him.
Today Colossians 3:1-4 shows us where our focus should be. We also get to witness a sister get baptized and hear her testimony of what that focus has allowed the Lord to do in her life.
In Colossians 2:1-5, we continue to see what being a servant to Christ looks like, even through our struggles and suffering.
Today from Colossians 1:24-29 we see five things that it meant to Paul in being a servant of the gospel.
In Colossians 1:9-14 Paul provides us with a power example of how we can be praying for the church.
As we begin our study of Colossians today we are reminded of the transforming power of the gospel and the responsibilities we have to learn it, live it, and to share it.