Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people. All of the Old Testament points forward to Jesus, while the New Testament points back to show how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament prophecies and promises. There can be only one king in your heart & life. The question is, who sits on your throne?
Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
When Jesus’ disciples answered his call to come and follow him, they not only entered into a relationship with Jesus but also joined the community of Christ-followers. We are not called to be lone ranger disciples who go alone, but rather are called and gifted to be fully devoted, active, and engaged members of the body of Christ.
In chapter 3 of Paul’s letter to the new church in Colosse, he urges these new believers to leave their former life behind, and to live a new life in Christ. For Jesus is not merely interested in changing our theology, but radically changes us completely, from the inside out. We are now, therefore, to live new lives that reflect his image!
Faith in Jesus needs no supplement. He is truly enough. In the second chapter of Paul’s letter to the church in Colosse, he exhorts them to be rooted and built up in Christ, and to hold firm in their faith in Jesus. Paul labors that the church will be strong and mature, and protected from false doctrine that threatens it.
Following up on our recent study of Paul’s letter to Philemon, we launched this new sermon series on Paul’s related letter to the church in Colosse. In this letter to the new church of Gentile converts, Paul expresses his thanksgiving for their faith and love, and for the fruit that is being produced in their…
Worship is when we give God His breath back.
– Louie Giglio