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Christ, You and Reconciliation

In our previous lesson, Col. 1:20 asserted that Christ would "reconcile to himself all things, whether on earth or in heaven." As we move further into chapter 1, the next three verses start to expand on the idea of reconciliation. Paul tells the story of Christ, you and reconciliation through four movements in time that take us to the past, present, future and back to the present!

By |2021-06-06T12:44:40-05:00June 6th, 2021|Colossians, Sermons, The Christ of the Colossians|

Christ is All to Us

Sometimes nothing speaks to our hearts like a song. The beautiful words of Colossians 1:15-20 are thought to be an ancient song about Christ that Paul included in his message to the Colossians. With the Holy Spirit's stamp of approval, what we find in these verses is an eternal reminder for believers that Christ is first, most important and everything! Christ is all to us!

By |2021-05-30T11:10:54-05:00May 30th, 2021|Colossians, Sermons, The Christ of the Colossians|

A Church Changed by Christ

This lesson begins a new series focused on the book of Colossians. While written to a local church, the focus of Paul seems to be on the Christ of the church. If you take Christ out of the church you are no longer the church! In this lesson, we examine Paul's greeting which reads like a prayer of thanksgiving for them (1:3-12). But in these words, Paul really documents how Christ changed them.

By |2021-05-23T11:19:08-05:00May 23rd, 2021|Colossians, Sermons, The Christ of the Colossians|

Encounters with Angels – Joseph

Have you ever been a part of something that you felt was bigger than you? I can only imagine that is exactly how Joseph must have felt when an angel appeared to him in a dream and explained his life was about to change (Matt. 1:18-25). Ironically, the angel challenged him to be a part of a story that would change the world! In this story, Joseph serves as a great example of how God will challenge us too.

By |2020-12-24T14:43:03-06:00December 20th, 2020|Encounters with Angels, Matthew|
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