Monthly Archives: February 2015

If You Continue Colossians 1:23

Paul the apostle told the Colossian church members that Jesus Christ reconciled them unto God from their wicked ways through the sacrifice of His blood on the cross. His sacrifice made them “holy, unblameable and unreprovable” before the Heavenly Father, … Continue reading

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Holy, Unblameable and Unreprovable Colossians 1:22

After commending the Colossian church members for their love, hope and faith, and praying for them that they “might walk worthy of the Lord”, Paul told them of the sacrifice of the blood of Jesus Christ which was the price … Continue reading

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We Alienated Enemies Reconciled Colossians 1:21

After declaring to the Colossian church members the peace with God that was made possible by Jesus shedding His blood on the cross, Paul the apostle told them all things were “reconciled” to Jesus through His sacrifice. “All things” both … Continue reading

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Peace through the Blood of His Cross Colossians 1:20

We learned in our last verse in the letter written by Paul the apostle to the Colossians, that the Heavenly Father was pleased that in Jesus should “all fullness dwell”. This “fullness” included “abundance and completeness of the presence, power, … Continue reading

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Pleasing the Father Colossians 1:19

Paul the apostle was addressing false teaching and heresy that was being promoted within the church in Colosse. The Gnostics who denied the deity of Jesus Christ were infiltrating the church, so Paul showed the Colossians how Jesus was responsible … Continue reading

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Head, Beginning, Firstborn and Preeminence Colossians 1:18

As Paul the apostle continued his description of Jesus in his letter to the Colossians, he wrote about His involvement with deliverance, redemption, creation and preexistence before all things. In chapter one and verse eighteen, Paul continued his list by … Continue reading

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Before and Consist Colossians 1:17

As a declaration and defense against the heresies of the Gnostics, Paul gave a description of who Jesus Christ really is in chapter one of his letter to the church located in Colosse. The Gnostics denied the deity of Jesus … Continue reading

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All Things Created by Him Colossians 1:16

As Paul the apostle continued writing to the Colossian church members, he began to address some of the heresies which were being spread by the Gnostics and the Judaizers who had infiltrated the church. The Gnostics denied the deity of … Continue reading

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The Image of the Invisible God Colossians 1:15

Paul the apostle wrote to the church members in Colosse not only to commend them for their faith in Jesus Christ, but also because their minister, Epaphras, told him there were false teachers among them. The Gnostics who denied the … Continue reading

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Redemption of Sins Colossians 1:14

As he continued his letter to the church located in Colosse, Paul the apostle commended the church members, told them of the prayer and desire he had for them, and that they as well as he “were delivered … from … Continue reading

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