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Lesson 4Colossians 4:2-18 and Philemon 1:1-22. Paul concludes his letter to those in Colossae by mentioning a run-away slave called Onesimus, with whom Paul had shared the Gospel while in prison. The story of Onesimus and his master Philemon provides us with a fascinating illustration of how dramatically the love and grace of God is to change our own lives and relationships.
In Colossians 3:1-4:1. Paul urges believers to let go of the traits of our past lives and he speaks of the new life in Christ that we are to pick up! Our love for Jesus is to not only change us, it is also to transform our closest relationships!
Colossians 1:24-2:23. Paul viewed his suffering as a privilege rather than a punishment! His whole life was committed to serving Christ in the places that God put him and to seeing believers grow in their faith whether he'd met them or not. He knew that his witness to others mattered for eternity and ours does too!
Colossians 1:1-23. We begin in the book of Colossians as Paul describes the supremacy of Christ and the affect He has on our lives.
Philippians 4:1-23. Paul gives us the secret to having peace and contentment in any and every circumstance!
Philippians 3:1-21. Our actions speak louder than our words and we have no choice in being an example of some kind to those around us! The only choice we do have, is what kind of example will we be?
Philippians 2:1-30. Paul encourages us to work together to serve others for the sake of the Gospel.
Philippians 1:1-30. While in a Roman Prison the Apostle Paul wrote a very encouraging letter to the believers in Philippi that focused on having joy despite your circumstances.
Galatians 6:1-18. Paul encouraged his readers not to grow weary as they followed Christ for if they persevered, he knew that they would eventually be rewarded. As Christians we are to stand for Jesus irrespective of the culture around us and no matter what the personal cost.
Galatians 4:31-5:26. Because of our freedom in Christ we are able to walk in the power of the Holy Spirit. Describing what our new life in Christ will look like, Paul urges us to purposefully follow the Spirit — to keep in step with Him, as He leads us in our walk with God!
Galatians 4:1-31. Paul was concerned the Christians of Galatia not listen to false teaching that was prevalent at the time. He wanted them to understand that those who claim Christ as their Lord cannot live as they please, however we must be careful of legalism! As those transformed by God’s grace, we walk in obedience to God’s will because we love Him, not because we fear His disapproval or judgment.
Galatians 3:1-29. Whether we are Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male or female, we all need Christ Jesus. Paul urged his friends to never abandon the truth that when we belong to Christ, we become one of Abraham’s descendants, for Abraham is the father of all who believe!
Galatians 2:1-21. Christ gave His life on the cross so that each one of us could be reconciled to God, brought into His family, and given a new life we did not know before. Paul had suffered much since he had begun to follow Christ, but he knew he could never compromise the message God had given him!
Galatians 1:1-24. Paul wanted his Galatian readers to understand that there is only one way for mankind to be saved. It was the Lord Jesus Christ who had called Paul to be a minister of the Gospel, and he had been willing to take that message into even the hardest of places.
As a Christian, do I need to share my faith with others and if so, how?Join Michele as she looks at why it is vital to share our faith with those around us. In this encouraging message she will clearly layout the Gospel in a way that we can all simply share.
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Is Christ’s Resurrection fact or fiction, and is it really important?
Join Michele as she looks at Christ’s resurrection and why it’s foundational to our faith as Christians? Do we have any information outside of the Bible that speaks about the resurrection of Christ? Could Jesus have swooned and revived later? Did the disciples steal His body and lie about His return to life? Or were His followers simply hallucinating when the saw ...
Did Jesus actually claim to be God?
Join Michele as she looks at whether or not Jesus really claimed to be God? Did people in the New Testament simply honor Him or did they worship Him? And, if Jesus is God, and there is God the Father, then what about the Holy Spirit? Do Christians really believe in three Gods?
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